Focus Test

Understand your capacity to focus on a task for an extended period of time


Focus is the capacity to sustain attention without being distracted and is associated with being able to complete tasks.

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Focus Test

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If possible try to complete it in one sitting, but more importantly try to give it your full focus as you take it, to get the most accurate results on the other side.

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How Does This Help Me?


What does a high score mean?

People who score highly for Focus are good at sustaining attention over long periods of time to complete a task, even if the task is tedious and repetitive, or mentally strenuous. They are good at controlling what they pay attention to, and are skilled at being able to ignore distractions to instead attend to the task at hand. Because they are able to maintain focus and discipline, they are also more likely to complete things that they start.


What does a low score mean?

People with low scores for Focus may find it difficult to control what they pay attention to. Long or repetitive tasks may be more challenging for them than for others. They are more likely to get distracted several times while completing a task, and it may take a short while for them to realize they have been distracted and need to bring their attention back to the task at hand.

Talk to a Therapist that Specializes in Mental Focus


It has been proven that mental health therapy can help people overcome problems such as anxiety, depression and stress. But did you know that you can use mental health therapy to improve your mental focus?

You can now get online therapy in the privacy of your home. From stress to insomnia to work-life balance, we can help you improve your mental focus and lead a more fulfilling life.


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One of the most powerful ways to stay mentally healthy is to learn to listen to your body, and the feedback it gives you about how you're doing. Making sure your brain is healthy and in a productive state is important for living a full, rewarding life. Our online mental health assessments can help you learn about your capacities, shed light on your strengths and weaknesses, and uncover any issues that may be hindering your mental well being. Understanding the nature of these problems can help you determine how best to improve your overall mental health.

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What You Need to Know About Focus


Focus is greatly impacted by other brain capacities, especially stress. Increased levels of stress not only cause us to become more irritable, but also impact our ability to complete tasks and keep interest with a subject over an extended period of time. It’s common for stress to cause people to make more mistakes in their work and sidetrack their goals.

The Total Brain Mental Health Index shows a 48% increase in mistakes made on the Focus Assessment from February 2020 to July 2021, indicating a trend of the pandemic’s effect on people’s stress — as well as their ability to focus.

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