Improve working memory & fluid intelligence
Add 10 IQ Points in 20 Days

  • Improve your working memory and fluid intelligence.
    It can be measured as increase of your IQ by 10 points or more in 20 days.
  • Helps students in learning as well as tests & competitive exams.
  • Just like "weight-lifting makes your muscles strong", this brain training expands your working memory.

4 Benefits of Improving Your IQ
Working Memory and Fluid Intelligence

Better Memory and Concentration

Higher IQ can mean better memory and concentration which helps you in your studies and success.

Faster Problem Solving in Exams and Tests

Solve problems better and faster. For example, you do better at reading comprehension because you can retain more of what you read into your working memory. Also make better decisions because higher IQ is like having a faster computer.

Faster Learning in the Classroom

Bigger working memory means you remember more while you are learning.

Avoiding Silly Mistakes in Exams

One of the less known benefits of a bigger working memory and higher IQ is that you make fewer silly mistakes, which directly translates into more marks and higher rank for you.

Scientifically Proven
Here is what experts and journalists say:

Here are quotes from research articles and Wired magazine articles about what the researchers did at their own organizations and universities, using their own research software based on the same concept as our advanced software for students and the general public.

"Initially, the test subjects scored an average of 10 questions correctly on the IQ test. But after the group trained on the n-back task for 25 minutes a day for 19 days, they averaged 14.7 correct answers, an increase of more than 40 percent."
- Alexis Madrigal, Wired Magazine
"We trained elementary and middle school children by means of a videogame-like working memory task. We found that only children who considerably improved on the training task showed a performance increase on untrained fluid intelligence tasks."
- Susanne M. Jaeggi, Martin Buschkuehl,
John Jonides, and Priti Shah, Research scientists
"The most important point of our work is that we can show that it is possible to improve fluid intelligence."
- Martin Buschkuehl, Researcher in Psychology at the University of Bern, Switzerland, quoted in Wired magazine interview
"The improvement seems to be dosage dependent. We saw a linear increase in performance with increase in training time."
- Martin Buschkuehl, Researcher in Psychology at the University of Bern, Switzerland, quoted in Wired magazine interview
"Furthermore, we demonstrate that the extent of gain in intelligence critically depends on the amount of training: the more training, the more improvement in Gf."
- Susanne M. Jaeggi, Martin Buschkuehl, John Jonides, and Walter J. Perrig, Researchers of the ground-breaking 2008 study
"A total of 20 undergraduate students at 24 years old participated in the experiment, with ten training sessions for ten days. Through using Raven's Standard Progressive Matrices as the evaluation method to get and analyze the experimental results, it was proved that training pattern can improve fluid intelligence of adults."
- Qiu Feiyue, Wei Qinqin, Zhao Liying,
Lin Lifang, Zhejiang Univ of Technology, China
"These findings constitute preliminary evidence that intensive cognitively demanding brain-training can improve not only our abstract problem-solving capacity, but also ameliorate cognitive control processes (e.g. decision-making) in our daily emotive environments."
- Susanne Schweizer, Adam Hampshire, Tim Dalgleish, researchers
"Brain researchers for the first time claim to have found a method for improving the general problem-solving ability scientists call fluid intelligence, otherwise known as "smarts."

Fluid intelligence was previously thought to be genetically hard-wired, but the finding suggests that with about 25 minutes of rigorous mental training a day, healthy adults could improve their mental capacities."
- Alexis Madrigal, Wired Magazine

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