Memory Test

Understand your capacity to store, retain, and recollect information


Memory is the capacity to recall and use information to make decisions. This test will assess the utilization of your working memory, and the capacity to recall previous outcomes for optimal decision making.

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Memory Test

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What does a high score mean?

People with high scores for Memory are good at holding information ‘online’, and then repeating it back. For example, they are good at remembering phone numbers and dialing without needing to write it down. They may also use techniques so that they need to remember less items, such as ‘chunking’ information together (e.g. remembering ’23’ instead of ‘2’ and ‘3’ separately).


What does a low score mean?

People with low scores for Memory find it more difficult to remember and hold new information ‘online’ and then repeat it back correctly. For example, they may need to write down phone numbers or shopping list items, because they may not remember all of it. They are also less likely to use techniques to help remember things. For example, they are more likely to try to remember the numbers ‘2’, ‘3’, and ‘1’ separately, whereas a high scorer is more likely to group these together and remember ‘231’.

Talk to a Therapist Who Specializes in Memory


Short-term and long-term memory are crucial to your everyday life. Therapy is proven to help aid in concentration, learning, and problem solving. With SonderMind, find personalized care that’s best for you, virtually or in-person. Have an appointment within one week with an expert in memory and mental health, use your insurance, and get support that’s proven to work.


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What You Need to Know About Memory


It’s often said that memory is what shapes our present and our future. It’s an instrumental brain capacity that helps us remember key information to learn, solve problems, and enjoy our life experiences. As we age, the ability to store information “online” in our brain tends to be impacted — but it isn’t the only factor that can affect memory.

Stress and anxiety can hinder the way we form and retrieve memories. It can make us more forgetful. For example, you may find yourself forgetting where you left your phone, or have a hard time recalling names.

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