Brain Test

jonna

Distinguished Member
I don't know if this link has been posted or discussed on here before, but since my dad was diagnosed with alzheimer's 10 years ago, i am always concerned about any memory lapses. So i took this online test, targeted at 50-70 year olds.
I scored 61 which is ok for my age.

Cognitive function test - Food for the Brain
 

imightbewrong

Distinguished Member
Interesting - this is something I worry about. Got 65 - 'at or above the norm for my age'.
 

TheAdmiralCS

Moderator
73 for me, almost in the middle of the green section.
 

imightbewrong

Distinguished Member
I was undone by the spot-the-difference on the letters. And possibly other things I don't even know I got wrong :)
 

Iccz

Member
I was undone by the spot-the-difference on the letters. And possibly other things I don't even know I got wrong :)

I think the letters was my weakest area, but I don't know, I wish it would tell you, I'd also like to see a graph of results for my age group etc, I like things like that :)
 

smallclanger

Well-known Member
Managed 71 but had to take a phone call in the middle for ten minutes, then it asks me to remember which columns the items were in!
 
I got 64 which isn't bad really!
 

DIYlady

Distinguished Member
It says you need a reasonably fast Internet connection. How fast?
 

imightbewrong

Distinguished Member
I'm sure if it can handle AVF it will be fine :)
 

Inferno

Distinguished Member
Interesting - this is something I worry about. Got 65 - 'at or above the norm for my age'.

Snap me too (65) and i'm crap at remembering names though :thumbsdow.
 

FruitBat

Well-known Member
75 despite not finishing anything timed.
I wonder if all the spot the difference is just filler and the real test is the recall at the end.
 

Iccz

Member
75 despite not finishing anything timed.
I wonder if all the spot the difference is just filler and the real test is the recall at the end.

I don't think so as I think I got all if not nearly all of the recall right, I can still remember the positions of the damn things - images like that stick in my head for ages.
 

imightbewrong

Distinguished Member
Snap me too (65) and i'm crap at remembering names though :thumbsdow.

I never forget a name (or haven't yet) once I have 'stored' it, but I have to hear it a few times normally.

Also if I confuse one name with another, it takes a >lot< of effort to rectify it mentally.
 

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