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Brain Power Test
Q: What am I looking for after I take the Memory test?

A: Your main score, that comes up on a results page after each time you take a test is called “Performance” which with the Memory Test is a combination of your accuracy, and response time (“reaction Time”). Below this information you will see a number of bars with comparisons of your most recent test score vs others, Your Age & All Ages. You will see how you compare as a Percentile (50% would be average, or right in the middle). Underneath this you will see your Performance History.

After you’ve taken this test twice you establish your reference, or Baseline score which is indicated under your Performance History. Then all you do is compare either your Current test score each time you take the test, or compare your Baseline score to your Average score. This will show you how you’re progressing.

Q: What’s my objective?
A: Keep trying to score better, and above your Average.
Q: What am I looking for after I take the Executive function (Brain Power) test?

A: Your main score, that comes up on a results page after each time you take a test is called “Performance” which is a combination of your speed of response time (“reaction Time”) and the consistency of your responses (aka “concentration”). Below this information you will see a number of bars with comparisons of your most recent test score vs others, Your Age & All Ages. You will see how you compare as a Percentile (50% would be average, or right in the middle). Underneath this you will see your Performance History.

After you’ve taken this test twice you establish your reference, or Baseline score which is indicated under your Performance History. Then all you do is compare either your Current test score each time you take the test, or compare your Baseline score to your Average score. This will show you how you’re progressing.

Q: What’s my objective?

A: Keep trying to score better, and above your Average.

Q: How many times should I take the tests?
A: You should take each test twice before starting Procera AVH as directed on the bottle or in the User’s Guide. This is to establish your Baseline. Then you can take the tests 1-3 hours after starting Procera. You may want to also take the tests the next day, but wait at least an hour after taking Procera that day. You may also want to then take the tests every week for the next 3-4 weeks (remember to wait at least an hour after taking Procera that day). Your test privileges expire after 30 days from your registration date.
Q: What happens after my 30 days are up, or if I want to sign up for the full spectrum of brain exercises?
A: You have the option at any time to upgrade to the full suite of over 40 brain power exercises. Simply go to the bottom of the Welcome page at the brain test site - www.mybrainpowerscore.com and click to sign up for the special brain exercise program
   
 
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.