For those that want deeper insights, take the assessment to see how you’re performing today on certain aspects of cognition, including reasoning, memory and attention.
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Why the Cognitive Assessment?
- Know your cognitive score
- Learn about brain-friendly habits
How It Works
Take the Cognitive Assessment to measure speed and accuracy in five key areas: processing speed, attention, working memory, cognitive flexibility and recognition memory.
Answer questions about six lifestyle areas that scientists say may have the biggest impact on brain health.
Go beyond the Cognitive Assessment and Lifestyle Check-Ins and take Additional Tests to evaluate even more elements of cognition like spatial processing, non-verbal reasoning and verbal reasoning.
Understanding Your Cognitive Score
The Cognitive Assessment offers a snapshot of how your brain is performing compared to others of the same age, gender and years of education.
We suggest content and daily activities to help you learn more about specific elements of brain health. Save your favorite Challenges, articles, activities and recipes to our interactive tool called My Favorites.
Track Your Progress
Take the assessment every 90 days to see how your score changes over time. A one-time purchase of $14 give you unlimited access to these tests every 90 days as long as you're an active AARP member.