Screen your memory and cognitive function with these free online screening tests:
Free Digit Span Memory Test
A popular working memory test that is used in many cognitive and neuroscience research labs. Type the numbers you see into the box below. Most people are able to remember 6 to 10 numbers in a row. Users can change the “Total Length” of numbers displayed below. Press the blue bar below to begin.
Free Spatial Memory Test
Test for spatial and visual memory, based on the Corsi Block Test. Remember the sequence of blocks that have a circle appear in them, and then duplicate this sequence in **REVERSE** order. Most people are able to remember 6 to 8 blocks in a row. Users can change the “Total Length” of blocks displayed below. Press the blue bar below to begin.
Free Cognitive Function & Performance Test
This test measures cognitive processing speed and attention. If this is your first time taking the cognitive performance test, please review the tutorial first — it’s worth the time to understand how to take this test. The goal of this cognitive function test is both accuracy and performance speed. A reaction speed of under 500 milliseconds is considered good performance, and very hard to accomplish the first few times taking the test.
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Readers can also download paper-based cognitive function tests for Alzheimer’s, dementia, memory loss, mild cognitive impairment (MCI).
Important Note and Medical Disclaimer: These tests cannot substitute for medical advice or diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease, memory loss, dementia, or mild cognitive impairment.