Your test results
You will receive your test results immediately after the hearing screening. As soon as both ears have been tested, the results will be reported to you over the telephone. You will be told the individual results for the right ear and the left ear. If you did not receive your results, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your results from the National Hearing Test were “slightly below normal” or “substantially below normal,” you should make an appointment for a complete hearing evaluation by a certified hearing professional. Even if your results are in the “normal” range but you still have concerns about your hearing, we encourage you to seek a complete hearing evaluation.
For more hearing health information, go to the AARP Hearing Center at aarp.org/hearing.
Assistance and services
American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery: Professional organization representing medical specialists who treat disorders of the ear, nose, throat, and related structures of the head and neck.
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Unlike many free screenings, the NHT has no financial association with organizations that manufacture devices or provide clinical services for persons with hearing loss. The National Hearing test is not endorsed by, nor does it endorse, any hearing aid manufacturers or providers.