First, a note: I decided to do NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month; their site has been up and down lately, so here's the Wikipedia article) this year, so my posts this month may be more sporadic. Or maybe they'll be more common if I procrastinate on my novel!
Secondly, I wanted to write about this brain science test, called the 12 Pillars of Wisdom. I took it last night and it is really a lot of fun. I am curious to know what you guys think of it and how you score. It takes about 30 minutes to complete but you can take a break between each of the 12 tests.
For the most part, my own scores were pretty average. However, I did very well on the verbal reasoning test, focused attention, mental rotation, and visuospatial processing. I did badly on working memory and deductive reasoning.
There is 1 test where sound is relatively important (you need to wait for a beep to enter your answer). The sound on the website is VERY loud, though. I only had to turn my speakers up a tiny bit to hear the beep easily.