I have read many stories of people with childhood diagnosis made by some quack psychologists being able to get re-evaluated as an adult, get the diagnosis overturned, and get certified. I am basically trying to do the same thing, having recently stopped medication for ADHD and anxiety. My main concern is that my diagnosis was not some quack - a thorough evaluation was done at Mayo Clinic when I was in middle school (but as a rebellious tween I was acting out and did not take the testing seriously, and they said I had ADHD). As for the anxiety they (Mayo Clinic) said I would likely outgrow that, and I have. I am wondering if, assuming I get a new evaluation as an adult having been off the meds for a while, and assuming I do well on said evaluation and it does not show any issues, can the old test still be overturned?