Exercise your working memory capacity with these online screening tests:
Free Spatial Memory Test
Training for spatial and visual memory capacity, based on the Corsi Block Test. Remember the sequence of objects that appear in the grid below, and then duplicate this sequence. Most people are able to remember 5 to 8 blocks in a row. Users can change the “Span” of objects displayed below.
To make this test more challenging, switch from Forward to Reverse order, and change the test speed from Slow to Fast. Click on the “New Test” button to begin.
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Ready for a more difficult challenge? Try the Brain Speed Test.
Working Memory Definition
Working memory is the capacity to hold small amounts of information in an active, easily accessible state, usually for less than 30 seconds at a time. Examples include keeping a new phone number in working memory long enough to dial the number, and keeping a new, important meeting date & time in your active memory long enough to write it down.