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One-Minute Memory Test

By Dr. Small
Thursday, 13 Jul 2017 04:30 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Gauging your current memory performance not only gives you an idea of where you may need improvement, but it also provides a baseline to help you to document your progress, which is a great way to motivate you to stick with your program.

It’s like going on a diet and losing a few pounds after a week, inspiring you to stick with your weight-loss program.

My quick memory quizzes can work like a body-weight scale to provide feedback and motivation.

Study the following 10 words for one minute and then go do something else for five minutes. After the five minutes are up, write down all the words you can remember without looking back at the newsletter. Afterward, compare your list with this one:

Tuna

Violin

Professor

Tea

Arm

Hammer

Pencil

Avenue

Salad

Magazine

Don’t fret if you only remembered a few words. For the average person, my book 2 Weeks to a Younger Brain can quickly and effectively boost memory skills without much effort.

Once you’ve practiced some of my brain memory strategies, try the one-minute test again and see how well you do.

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