Did you say: "I want to play a game"? "Are you Smarter Than A . . ?" well, most folks? Do you like questions and puzzles that make you think a bit? Do you like to stretch your brain? Pushing your mind is rumored to be good prevention against Alzheimer's too, you just have to exercise it.
Fun and Games to Exercise Your Brain
How good are you are reading other people's minds? Are you intuitive or a good guesser, watching for clues or tells? Try you skill with this funny mind guessing game. Follow the instructions carefully. Take note of your answers to each question as they build to the puzzle solution.
Are you a good typist? Are you fast? How do you do on keyboarding tests? Do your friends describe you as amazing! (Or do they wonder if you will even move beyond typing with 2 fingers?) Practice your manual dexterity to get started. See how good you really are by taking this typing skills test.
Here's a Mind Puzzle for you:
|Find the error,
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Did you know that 80% of UZIC students could not find the error above?
(If this mind puzzle drives you too crazy - scroll to the bottom of the page)
Do You Have What it Takes to be a Manager? Take this Management IQ Test. It's a short 4 questions quiz. You may have just what it takes to accept new responsibilities leading others and making decisions!
You are in a cabin and it is pitch black. You have a newspaper, an oil lamp, a candle, and wood in the fireplace.
You only have one match.
Which do you light first? The newspaper? The oil lamp? Or do you light the candle? Or try to light the wood on fire?
Yes, that's right! You light he match first!!
If you're up for it, take the "Nine Question Quiz." See how well you do. Then share it with your brainy friends to stump them. There are no trick questions, which range from sports to geography, and questions involving food and language.
Find the error, its impossible solution:
Did you find the errors or was it impossible?
Like a magician's slight of hand, the error is focusing on what you are directed to see. In this case, the numbers, 1, 2, 3, etc.
The errors are in the instructions:
"Find the error, it's impossible"
"Find the error" is a sentence. It should end in a period, not a comma.
"its impossible" really is IT IS impossible, a contration, and should be "It's" with an apostrophe.
"its impossible" also has no punctuation at the end.
And, the logic is also flawed. If 20% of UZIC students discovered the error(s), it's not really impossible.
Ba Da Bing!