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Measuring Cognitive Score Decline

Posted Jun 28 2010 7:33am

As longtime readers of this blog know, I’ve been using the program to test myself in several areas of since January.  Here are the latest results for the upcoming month of July.

January Score 106 66th Percentile (Average is a score of 90-109)
April Score 111 77th Percentile (Above average is a score of higher than 109)  :)
June Score 109 73rd Percentile  :(
July Score 108 70th Percentile
A subtle drop in a month.

January Score 97 42nd Percentile (Average, 90-109)
April Score 95 37th Percentile :(
June Score 89 23rd Percentile :(
July Score 79 8th Percentile
A continued, steeper decline.  An 18 point, 34 drop since January.

January Score 96– 40th Percentile
April Score 71 3rd Percentile (Low, 70-79)  :(
June Score 93 32nd Percentile :)
July Score 68 1st percentile
Worst score yet.  So, which are the outliers?  Jauary and June, or April and July?

January Score 100 50th Percentile
April Score 122 93rd Percentile  :)
June Score 90 25th Percentile :(
July Score 100 50th Percentile
Back to where I was in January.

January Score 109 73rd Percentile
April Score 125 95th Percentile  :)
June Score 95 37th Percentile  :(
July Score 118 88th Percentile.
Seems like June might have been an outlier.

January Score 118 88th Percentile
April Score 122 93rd Percentile  :)
June Score 133 99th Percentile :)
July Score 125 95th Percentile
A subtle drop.  But I don’t think this test does an adequate job of testing EF.

January Score 96 46th Percentile
April Score 112 79th Percentile  :)
June Score 101 53rd Percentile :(
July Score 103 58th Percentile
A subtle increase.

January Score 116 86th Percentile
April Score 124 95th Percentile  :)
June Score 127 96th Percentile :)
July Score 128 97th Percentile
Steady improvement in Reaction Time.  :)

January Score 118 88th Percentile
April Score 123 94th Percentile  :)
June Score 127 96th Percentile :)
July Score 123 63rd Percentile
Holding steady.

So, this shows a continuing decline in memory with everything else holding more or less steady.


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