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    Simple Memory Test - Remembering Faces

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbo...ctions_1.shtml

    I did better than I expected I would: 95% and 82%. Give it a try, takes a little over ten minutes. It's three short quizzes, but you're supposed to take a five minute break between each part.

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    95% and 86%. Neat. I didn't wait 5 minutes between each set
    either. Is that cheating? I think I wouldn't have done as well.

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    i waited in between and got 100 and 87. i have a hard time with names, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cali View Post
    i waited in between and got 100 and 87. i have a hard time with names, though.
    Woohoo! Good scores there. I'm pretty good with faces too but useless when it comes to names. If the test showed faces with name labels, then asked you to match the names and faces, I'd have failed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero View Post
    Woohoo! Good scores there. I'm pretty good with faces too but useless when it comes to names. If the test showed faces with name labels, then asked you to match the names and faces, I'd have failed!
    o me too. and i'm a word person!
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    HA HA 100% AND 100%! so much for alzheimer worries j/k....95 and 78

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