Record Hearing Test Results
Use our free Audiogram Creator to plot hearing test results. You can save them for later viewing, record different tests and save your results as an image.
What is an audiogram?
An audiogram is the result of a hearing test and it shows you the extent of any hearing loss in either ear.
During a hearing test you are tested for your ability to hear different tones and these are plotted from left to right on the audiogram, low pitch tones on the left, moving to high pitch sounds on the right.
As each tone is tested, the point at which you can hear it is also recorded. This is top-down and measured in decibels, quieter sounds at the top and louder at the bottom. So, if your audiogram shows a straight line across the 10 decibel line then you have very, very good hearing.
How does this work?
You can simply click on the audiogram to start plotting your hearing test results.
The three menus on the left control things. The top one lets you select whether you want to plot points for the left or
right ear and to plot results for different types of test results. It lets you delete any points you plotted incorrectly and also lets you save your completed test results.
The middle one show you any test results you have previously saved. Click on a saved result to show it again.
The last menu lets you change the audiogram's background image.