Math and Reading Games in Brain Training

Last updated: 23 Oct, 2014

Brain training can help develop building blocks needed for maths and reading improvements in school. In an independent clinical trial carried out on behalf of RaiseYourIQ, eight children with intellectual difficulties started the SMART brain training with an average IQ of 82, well below the average IQ score of 100. Following training in basic relational skills that are foundational to verbal (reading) and numerical (math) ability, these IQs were moved to an average of 96, well within the normal range. Another four normally developing children in the same study had an average IQ of 105, but this was raised above 130 following three to four months of brain training. These kids moved from the normal to the “high functioning” range in a period of a few months as assessed by an IQ test

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