Training Puzzles

Training Puzzles

Train Your Brain: Alphabetical Numbers

0 Comments   Posted: 07/12/15   by Luke Imbong

Training Puzzle of the Week Numbers aren’t just used for math. They also make good word puzzles that leave you scratching your head. Can you solve this week’s brain training puzzle? Take a look at the riddle below, exercise your mind and see if you can find out what number we’re looking for. What number can be written Read the full post

Train Your Brain: Which Direction is the Gear Turning?

0 Comments   Posted: 06/11/15   by Luke Imbong

Training Puzzle of the Week Do you know what really grinds my gears? Confusing gears. There are several kinds of intelligence that you can measure. We’re all familiar with mathematical, oral, abstract and other kinds of knowledge so here’s one not all of us use as much as we could: mechanical or spatial intelligence. Can Read the full post

Train Your Brain: What Day Is It?

0 Comments   Posted: 30/10/15   by Luke Imbong

Training Puzzle of the Week They say the days go slow, but the years go fast. No one ever said anything about dates being confusing. There are only 7 days in a week so who would’ve thought a calendar puzzle would cause so much head scratching. Turns out, it’s easy to get disoriented and lose Read the full post

Train Your Brain: What Horses?

0 Comments   Posted: 21/10/15   by Luke Imbong

Training Puzzle of the Week We rely on our eyesight every single waking moment of our life, but it has a tendency to fool us from time to time. These are called optical illusions. Your eyes may think it sees something, but your brain says otherwise. When this happens it can be quite confusing, but Read the full post

Train Your Brain: The Chess Puzzle

0 Comments   Posted: 16/10/15   by Luke Imbong

Training Puzzle of the Week Chess is one of the oldest and most iconic board games in history. Don’t worry, you don’t need to know how to checkmate with pawns and knights to play this week’s training puzzle. Take a look at the picture above, exercise your mind and see if you can figure out Read the full post

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