The title is false advertising.....:steam:
As for the OP, I had some "problem behaviours" in middle school, and one teacher suggested ADHD for me, but, my mother swiftly paid it no heed.
It's my nature. My nature is natural to me.
It didn't really hinder my progress and 'staying on track' in school as I always did well, academically, it was just that sometimes, I'd get bored quickly with the work, once understood, and what can one do with time to kill? But, to satiate boredom in creative ways, that needed the class's participation.
The guidance counsellor in my middle school was awesome, she suggested a special program high school for me, which I got accepted into, and, my high school experience had no issues with ADHD or its likely symptoms (well, maybe a few instances, but not in general).
I also feel that some of my procrastination habits are spurred by my boredom with things (which can relate to ADHD), but, no I would not formally give myself that ADHD label (and have never formally been diagnosed as such).
*waits anxiously for the limerick*
BOUNCE! BOUNCE! BOUNCE!!!!