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    Super Star Member brin's Avatar
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    Default Japanese Brain Test....This is fun for the whole family....

    OK - This is fun...give it a try...click the link and take the quick memory test of numbers and places and find out the age of your brain....

    ??????01 ???????
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    Default Re: Japanese Brain Test....This is fun for the whole family....

    OK, I took the test a couple of times but I don't know if a low score or a high score is better.

    EDIT: I took the test a third time and answered them all wrong on purpose and got a score of 120 so now I know a low score is better. I wonder what a perfect score is?
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    Default Re: Japanese Brain Test....This is fun for the whole family....

    Quote Originally Posted by tallyho8 View Post
    OK, I took the test a couple of times but I don't know if a low score or a high score is better.
    OK - I will say what my scores were...The first time I took it ..I did not fully understand the rules, I obviously did not pay attention as I read the rules...Duh ! I did not realize they wanted us to remember the lowest number forward...so the first time I flunked everything and my brain was 120 yrs. old....Yikes...

    So I read the rules again and had a light bulb go off...the second time I took the test, now understanding how to do it, I got a score of 40 yrs. old....I stopped there...good enough for me ..shaved a couple of decades off...Yipppe !

    Oh, Tally ho ....I forgot ...I suppose either would be fine...a high score with an old brain would spell wisdom, especially according to the japaneese..but a low score could be good as well meaning mental agility and a good memory...

    It sure seems to me it is a good test for Oldtimers disease...I doubt someone with that could do this...
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    Default Re: Japanese Brain Test....This is fun for the whole family....

    I got a 28 after I understood what the objective was.

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    Default Re: Japanese Brain Test....This is fun for the whole family....

    Quote Originally Posted by DT86 View Post
    I got a 28 after I understood what the objective was.
    What is the objective?

    Edit- I figured it out. I got 36.

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    Default Re: Japanese Brain Test....This is fun for the whole family....

    24 i completely borked the last one.

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    Default Re: Japanese Brain Test....This is fun for the whole family....

    I got a 27, didn't think that was too bad considering I've got a b-day coming up next week
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    Default Re: Japanese Brain Test....This is fun for the whole family....

    When someone gets them all right, please post your score. I want to see what brain age they consider ideal.
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    Default Re: Japanese Brain Test....This is fun for the whole family....

    OK - Now you guys wait just a second...fair is fair... I mean....I just tried it once after I figured it out by failing the first time...I got a 40...but that is it...I did not keep trying it... I am sure if I sit here and do take the test now that I know what the premise is ...I would probably score ...Ummm ? I would say...22 yr. brain age....Now , I was a real rascal at 22....maybe it is worth working on my score....Ya think ?
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    Default Re: Japanese Brain Test....This is fun for the whole family....

    I got a 27. The object seems to be to click on the numbers in ascending order...

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