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How Old is Your Brain

How old is your brain?  Take this simple and easy test to see if your brain is older or younger than you...

Ok, so the instructions aren't in English, but all you do is click the START button and numbers will pop up.  You have to remember where they are and then click in order on the circles. 

I am... *clearing throat*... I am 32 years old, however, my brain is a nice, young 23 years old!  However, that was after taking it a second time.  My first results were still young at 28, so I'll accept either results as positive.

How old is your brain?

Comment balloon 25 commentsDonna Harris • August 02 2008 04:08PM

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Ok, not bad, I am 37 and my brain is 31... ha, thanks for the break

Posted by Kim Sellers, Lake Arrowhead Realtor - BRE#01412099 - Lake Arrow (Lake Arrowhead, CA Coldwell Banker) almost 10 years ago

Donna - I'm 30 and my brain is 33 ;kladjfkl;adsjkfkl;adsfkl;sadjf;klsadjf;

:(

Stan Barsch

Posted by Stanley Barsch, Realtor, GRI - 240.882.8512 (Realty Executives Premier) almost 10 years ago

Kim, You're welcome, and congrats on a younger brain!

Stan, Ummm, sorry?

Posted by Donna Harris, Realtor,Mediator,Ombudsman,Property Tax Arbitrator (Donna Homes, powered by JPAR - TexasRealEstateMediationServices.com) almost 10 years ago

Thats pretty cool!  I am a very young 32 and my brain is an evern younger 25!

Posted by Tony Sena, Broker/Property Manager (Shelter Realty, Inc) almost 10 years ago

Donna - This one was fun!  I am 46 years old, but my brain is 25 years old.  Sounds good to me!  :)

Posted by Debi Ernst, GRI, e-PRO, Broker/Sales Associate (St. Charles County, Missouri - Prudential Alliance Realtors) almost 10 years ago

I hate games, don't make me go back...........

Posted by David M. Childress, I would love to be your Realtor® in Akron Ohio! (Howard Hanna Real Estate Services) almost 10 years ago

Donna.  Evidently, I'm 37 (next week!) going on 20!  Which regrettably proves my wife right - she always says I act like a child :(     Of course, I think I had an unfair advantage since I speak Japanese!

 

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Posted by Leonard Thomas (RE/MAX Dallas Suburbs) almost 10 years ago

I am 34 (going to be 35 on the 12th)... what does it mean if you take it the first time and you are 24 (woo hoo) and then I took it again to see if I could be faster and it came back at 36.  Im getting worse.

Posted by John Cannata, Texas Home Mortgage - Purchase or Refinance (214-728-0449 http://TexasLoanGuy.com) almost 10 years ago

Okay, I have a problem with this Donna.

I'm 34.

I scored a 57, then a 37, then an 18.

The first time I clicked thru trying to read chi knees and it sorta got started without me. The second time I realized the objectve and the third time I decided to turn the radio off, put the beverage down and pay attention.

As usual, I fail to read directions!

57?

 

Posted by Greg Nino, Houston, Texas (RE/MAX Compass, formerly RE/MAX WHP) almost 10 years ago

I won't tempt fate by taking it twice.  I will be 38 in a couple of weeks, and my results showed me at 24.

Posted by Jason Crouch, Broker - Austin Texas Real Estate (512-796-7653) (Austin Texas Homes, LLC) almost 10 years ago

I had to take it a 3rd time.  I mentioned the other two scores above and since I got worse, I had to try it again.  This last time I got a 20.  I had to really concentrate though.  Ended with a score of 7 right and 3 wrong.  The score of 36 scared me since you all have low scores (except Greg's first time out)

Posted by John Cannata, Texas Home Mortgage - Purchase or Refinance (214-728-0449 http://TexasLoanGuy.com) almost 10 years ago

My brain is 29. Looks like most of our brains are in their 20s. Is that because of real estate, blogging, or something else? :)

Posted by John Novak, Henderson, Las Vegas and Summerlin Real Estate (Keller Williams Realty The Marketplace) almost 10 years ago

I'm not sure I want to know the answer.  The older I get the worse my short term memory, think I'll wait to do this until a morning when I haven't been plugging away on the computer all day.

Posted by Sandra Paulow, REALTOR, Associate Broker, GRI, SFR (Aspen Properties, Inc. ) almost 10 years ago

Beat THIS!

LOL

 

 

 

 

Later in the rain~Deb

Posted by Deb Brooks (Brooks Prime Properties Wichita Falls Texas) almost 10 years ago

Well, Deb, I can't beat that, but I was 60 the first time!!  Then once I started to understand how to do it, the second time, I was 29.  Hmmm, the third time 20.... like that the best!!

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Posted by Ronald Gillis, CNSA Southwest Florida. Notaries, Port Charlotte, 941-7-NOTARY (Southwest Florida Notaries (Mortgage Notary Signing Agent)) almost 10 years ago

Tony, Always good to be young!

Debi, That's a big difference for you, congrats on staying young!

David, I'll twist your arm...

Leonard, You speak Japanese?  That's cool!

John, It means your brain used alll its power and had to reboot.

Greg, 57??  You should definitely learn how to read directions first!

Jason, Yeah!

John N, I think it's blogging as you learn to multitask while blogging and that keeps the brain young.

Sandra, It's kinda about short term memory, but it's more about having a photographic memory to be able to see the numbers where they are and go back to them because you don't really have time to read each and every number.

Deb, 120 years old??  Did you retake it?

Ronald, You beat Greg!

Posted by Donna Harris, Realtor,Mediator,Ombudsman,Property Tax Arbitrator (Donna Homes, powered by JPAR - TexasRealEstateMediationServices.com) almost 10 years ago

Yeah Donna, I took it again. The first time I played with it. 120? How would they even know? It said I was 36 and that's good because I tell my grandchildren that I'm 39. It works for me! Later in the rain~Deb

Posted by Deb Brooks (Brooks Prime Properties Wichita Falls Texas) almost 10 years ago

Again I forgot to study!  I'm 41 years old and the test said my brain is 31.  I only took the test once since I didn't want to press my luck.

Posted by David Slavin, CDPE, ABR, SRES Keller Williams Premier (Keller Williams Premier) almost 10 years ago

Donna - I couldn't help myself.  I tried again, and this time I concentrated more, despite the fact that I was listening to music (or maybe because of it), and I scored a 20 this time.  Awesome!  This made my day!

Posted by Jason Crouch, Broker - Austin Texas Real Estate (512-796-7653) (Austin Texas Homes, LLC) almost 10 years ago

Donna:  I am going to guess that without taking your test... my brain would register somewhere in between 175 to 250 years old... and that would be on a good day... LOL.  Most days I feel pretty old... zzzzzzzzz.

Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) almost 10 years ago

Kind of fun! I'd like to take it without the kiddos hanging on my legs and after a full night's sleep... (instead of 4 hours). I ended at 33 and I'm 30. Kind of surprised I did that well!!!

Posted by Lindsey Hasford, Bringing you home... (Edina Realty) almost 10 years ago

The first time I was 31, then 29, then 52, then 33, then 29.  I'm just going to say 29 - it makes me feel better.

Posted by Michelle Hall (Century 21 Hecht) almost 10 years ago

Donna-I'm 40 going on 28! yeah...  I needed this, I seem to need reading glasses and I've been feeling OLD.

Posted by Debbie Summers (Charles Rutenberg Realty ) almost 10 years ago

That was fun.  The more I played the younger my brain got.  That's a good thing!

Posted by Ruthman Real Estate (Accessibility & The Power to Advise) almost 10 years ago

So many people admitting their ages... I wasn't expecting that.  Way to go everyone!

Posted by Donna Harris, Realtor,Mediator,Ombudsman,Property Tax Arbitrator (Donna Homes, powered by JPAR - TexasRealEstateMediationServices.com) almost 10 years ago

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