Do brain-training games really work?

July 26, 2019

With the recent surge of brain-training apps available for every smartphone user out there, it’s worth asking — do brain-training games hold any real cognitive benefit? A new study investigates. Brain-training games may hold no real benefit, a new study suggests. Brain-training apps, such as Lumosity or Elevate, are being used by tens of millions of people […]

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Getting started with Logical Reasoning

July 20, 2019

Anatomy of a Logical Reasoning question A Logical Reasoning question is made up of these parts: Passage/stimulus: This text is where we’ll find the argument or the information that forms the basis for answering the question. Sometimes there will be two arguments, if two people are presented as speakers. Question/task: This text, found beneath the stimulus, poses […]

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Top Career Web Sites for Children and Teens

July 11, 2019

Career assessments and tests help you explore who you. Career books and web sites give you a glimpse of the world of work. Free career information is available on web sites. Some writers have written facts for children and teens. We would like to share some information with you. These web sites use graphics, multimedia […]

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4 Quantitative Aptitude Tricks

June 29, 2019

All the students have had their fair share of mathematics in school and college, but when it comes to solving aptitude questions, they struggle. The main reason they struggle is a time constraint. A simple math question can be solved by everyone, but if you have 50 questions to solve in 60 minutes, then your speed […]

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Unforgettable Games to Improve Your Memory

June 11, 2019

As an organic storage device, the brain compares pretty favorably to digital drives. It’s believed to be able to retain up to 2.5 petabytes of information—that’s akin to nearly three million hours of television. Being able to retrieve all of that knowledge, however, is a different matter. To help the process along, we’ve compiled a […]

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