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QuizPuzz

IQ Test

Word Search

Times Tables

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About QuizPuzz (circuit training for the mind):

is a fun-filled, break-time, quintathlon of IQ, logic, word and numeracy tests, puzzles, puzzle-games and quizzes played against the clock. You choose the 'events' and register your score when you reach the finish-line. Each challenge is uniquely generated every time. So, for example, you never get the same Su Doku game twice. In Word Search the words are never in the same place twice. For jobseekers facing numeracy challenges and IQ tests as part of psychometric testing the question values within each question type are always different - the ultimate practice facility. Current challenges: IQ Test, Memory Test, Stroop Task, Number Problems, mental arithmetic practice. Su Duko, Letter Su Doku, Quiz, Longest Word, Memory Match, Pegs, Maze, Hangman, Key Block, Word Search, Deduction, Number Square, Word Bluff, (multiplication) times tables practice, and Synonyms

About the IQ Test:

pit your wits against a series of randomly generated word, math and logic puzzles and mind-benders - you will never get the same test twice! The challenge starts slow and easy but gradually - as you prove your skill - the level of difficulty increases to a level where even the most clever of brains will be flummoxed!

I give special thanks for what you did to represent and support for our alliance. I simply wished to make it possible for you comprehend that as a member of this neighbourhood I am very lucky to have an official like you and I must in addition like to give a special thanks for representing my mom and I wish you to comprehend you did a remarkable representation.

The test is against the clock, however after each question the clock is stopped to allow you to review the question. If you give a wrong answer the solution is given.

About Word Search:

this is the QuizPuzz version of Word Search - the word game in which you search for words hidden among what appears to be a random pool of letters. As with the other QuizPuzzes the challenge is uniquely generated every time so even if you are presented with the same list of words to find they will always be hidden differently.

About the Times Tables:

Hey, kids! The government says you are expected to know your two to ten times-tables by the time you are eight years old. Hey, non-kids! Mastery of the times-tables is fundamental to the rapid, mental solving of more difficult numeracy challenges where you need to break the problem down into smaller, simpler calculations - the times-tables! Use this QuizPuzz to practice here and make the grade.

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News:

IQ Tests - get that job

Dr Colin Cooper from Queen's University, said: IQ tests are a very useful thing to do: they're good for getting jobs, for all sorts of things.

We say: the IQ Test presented on QuizPuzz is uniqueley generated each time you play. It is constantly being added. It is the ultimate IQ Test practice facility.

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Can playing puzzle games help prevent the risk of you getting Alzheimer's disease?

QuizPuzz is a fun-filled mental workout that flexes the brain and also serves as a valuable practice facility for times-tables and the psychometric/IQ testing used at job interviews. Now there is evidence that this mental activity can help prevent the risk of Alzheimer's disease (a progressive, degenerative and irreversible brain disorder).

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Earlier target for times tables

Hey, kids! The government says you are expected to know your two to ten times-tables by the time you are eight years old.

Hey, non-kids! Mastery of the times-tables is fundamental to the rapid, mental solving of more difficult numeracy challenges where you need to break the problem down into smaller, simpler calculations - the times-tables!

We say: practice here and make the grade.

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Grey gamers flex brain muscles

In Japan's rapidly ageing society, more and more older people are looking for ways to keep them active and alert for longer. Electronic games makers have responded with new products designed to train your brain. The games developed by scientists will, it is claimed, help to delay the onset of dementia. Millions have been sold so far in Japan. This month the games will be launched in Europe.

We say: all the challenges of these Brain Training games are here; and they are FREE!

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