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    and I will do the other one when I am more alert
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    Mamma said knock you out Mempy's Avatar
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    Haha, damnit! The cheetah continues to elude me! But I did get up to these scores in the IQ test! That's nice.

    Bird: 155
    Memory: 150
    Speed: 140

    Overall: 148

    Wow! Even /I'm/ impressed! Haha, suckas.

    I should totally be able to give myself rep points for this achievement.

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    Detailed LumosIQ Results

    Attention (Birdwatching): 111

    Memory (Monster Garden): 149

    Processing Speed (Raindrops): 127

    Total Score: 129



    So thing that is contributing to my IQ is merely my ability to recall information? :steam:

    Oh well.

    I might take the test again later. The attention game was not entertaining - I kept on forgetting that I was supposed to look for the bird.

    *Update (Took the test while listening to music, it helps redirect my focus.)

    Attention (Birdwatching): 140

    Memory (Monster Garden): 159

    Processing Speed (Raindrops): 135

    Total Score: 144


    I do not have an IQ of 144, but the last two games were enjoyable the second time around.

    On boosting up my birdwatching score - my main concentration was on the letters and I used the ends of my eye to scan the background for the birds.

    I want to take the raindrops one for the third time, but I don't think I'll get any higher than that. I'm pretty much stuck with the mouse since my number keys aren't functioning properly.


    Reaction Time

    First Try: Sluggish Snail; 3 seconds
    (I'm obviously not getting the game. )

    Second Try: Sluggish Snail; 0.8338 seconds

    Third Try: Rocketing Rabbit; 0.1948 seconds

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptgatsby View Post
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    I've been practicing, and I seem to be improving on everything but memory. I recently got 141 on Attention, and 127 on Processing Speed. (Those two have actually been kind of fun recently.) I'm staying between 90-100 on memory... that must be my real deficit for some reason. Hmm... what could be causing that?
    Most likely the storage and recall of patterns - I would hazard a guess that chess players are likely to be better at this.

    In theory, we can only remember less than 10 things - it's very very rare to even be able to do that (as mentioned earlier, it's about 7, this is pretty hard wired). The trick is to escalate the way we group things. For example, on this memory test, once they pop up more than 7 things (I think this is on level 6+ if you haven't missed one yet), you start losing some or all of what you were storing. The trick is to create new "patterns" out of the things, which is what I was doing with the mouse trick. By reducing 1-3 items you can raise your IQ on it from about level 7-8 to level 9-10 (about 130 to 145, it seems). Likewise, you can start remembering them in "groups", such as "in a row" and so forth rather than individually.
    Exactly. There would have been no way I could have scored that high without memorizing them in groups - the blues with the blues, red with the reds and the yellow with the yellows. And figuring out the patterns or creating your own helps.
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    Yes, and it helped me to imagine when some areas were completely closed off by the monsters, though that didn't help when the monsters were just floating around in the middle of the board. It did help greatly to go about it like Simon says. PT recommended going over the monsters each time a new one came up, I think? That helped a lot!

    As for the birdwatching one, all I can say for that one is practice! If you play it enough times, you start to remember the names of birds they've already given you, and you rack up a few more points that way.

    For the damn raindrop test, I can't seem to equal the score I got on the third try, which was 144 or something. My problem, I think, is not that I can't do the problems fast enough, but that I haven't found the fastest way to type the numbers in. Granted, I haven't really tried the numb lock way, because I think I'd have to look down at the keyboard to know which keys I was pressing, which would slow me down. What I do is click the keypad they provide with one hand while I hit the enter key with the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mempy View Post
    Yes, and it helped me to imagine when some areas were completely closed off by the monsters, though that didn't help when the monsters were just floating around in the middle of the board. It did help greatly to go about it like Simon says. PT recommended going over the monsters each time a new one came up, I think? That helped a lot!
    That's good... although I can't even get past the first four levels, and often I forget the color even when I remember the location. I get through the first ones because I can quickly think of a route where the monsters aren't in order to reach the goal, but I can't recall where they were specifically. Past the fourth level or so, I can't even do this. So my brain is literally struggling with much more than 3 items, and the test starts at that.
    As for the birdwatching one, all I can say for that one is practice! If you play it enough times, you start to remember the names of birds they've already given you, and you rack up a few more points that way.
    I've been getting much better at that one. All you have to do is focus on everything at once, expand the amount of information you absorb and try to delay processing it. It's a weird mental trick, but I seem to be able to do it.
    For the damn raindrop test, I can't seem to equal the score I got on the third try, which was 144 or something. My problem, I think, is not that I can't do the problems fast enough, but that I haven't found the fastest way to type the numbers in. Granted, I haven't really tried the numb lock way, because I think I'd have to look down at the keyboard to know which keys I was pressing, which would slow me down. What I do is click the keypad they provide with one hand while I hit the enter key with the other.
    I have to admit, I've had so much trouble with some of the multiplication/division problems that I had to pull out a calculator and enter them into it, and then enter the answer into the computer. I actually got a few of them this way, but it didn't help much in the long run. I'm fine at addition and subtraction for the most part, except I took a while with a few combinations of the larger sums on the suns. I think the key to this one is memorizing my multiplication tables again and practicing addition/subtraction.

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    In order to even get the site to show up properly on my computer, I had to allow cookies. The fact that I figured out how to do this fills me with greater satisfaction than getting a high score. I feel so competent.

    Now I'll take the test.

    Attention Birdwatching 101
    Memory Monster Garden 150
    Processing Speed 157

    I did too get SO CLOSE for the bird watching. If this were an PS3 game I would've gotten the points...

    These games are fun!

    Reaction time:

    1st try: .7878 Sluggish Snail (Yes, I got a penalty for throwing a dart at a defenseless innocent sheep)
    2nd try: .2118 Bobbing Bobcat
    Many attempts after that: ...stupid game razzin' frazzin'
    Last edited by CzeCze; 12-31-2007 at 07:07 AM. Reason: Added test scores

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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    In order to even get the site to show up properly on my computer, I had to allow cookies. The fact that I figured out how to do this fills me with greater satisfaction than getting a high score. I feel so competent.

    Now I'll take the test.
    rofl. Cze, you have to do it in one sitting too. The timing of reaction counts. Have fun. I wonder how many sheep mempy has murdered now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splittet View Post


    I think you too should take the whole test again. Make sure you know what the tasks are about. It doesn't seem like you get the attention task. Read the "How to play".
    I did read the "How to Play" which was why I got confused in the first place.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    so third time I took it and did not read the directions, because I'm convinced that's what screwed me the first time. I got 103 not the best but beats my depressing scores of yesterday so I'm happy.

    in attention I got 106
    memory-90
    proccessing speed-114
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Took the test again when I woke up this morning... averaged out to 160, so I seem able to do it better when tired than when waking up! Worst part is that both my mistakes on the damn mazing thing were right at the end (the "was it left or down that had it?" after tracing 10 steps... meh). I hate that.
    Last edited by ptgatsby; 06-08-2009 at 09:58 PM.

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