How Good Is Your Memory?


1. How much time each day do you spend trying to recall a name or a word that is right on the tip of your tongue?
How much time each day do you spend trying to recall a name or a word that is right on the tip of your tongue? At least 15-20 minutes A few minutes and then I take to Google I never have that problem It happens every now and again but not daily I can't remember



3. Have you ever driven all the way to the store, only to get there and remember that you don't have your wallet?
Have you ever driven all the way to the store, only to get there and remember that you don't have your wallet? Sadly this has happened more than once It happened one or two times Never ever Not really but I can see how it could happen ▶ Next Question ◀




Here are all the results with descriptions

Memory Master
You are the memory master! Not only do you have excellent short term memory but you have superb long term memory as well. You can recollect small details and events that others around you would've missed. Having an amazing memory is something to treasure. Value it and keep on living your full memorable life!

Magnificent Memory
You have a magnificent memory. You have excellent short and long term memory. While you may have a minor lapse every now and again (who doesn't), your overall memory is fantastic.

Meandering Memory
You have meandering memory. You remember some things clearly but other things can be foggy at times. Your memories are often triggered by emotional responses and smells, rather than just simply recalling events and places.

Memory Lapse
Every now and then, you have a memory lapse. This seems to occur more in your short term memory than your long term memory. You often have a difficult time recalling little things, like where your keys are, or if you turned the oven off.

Fun but Forgetful
While you have a myriad of fun memories and moments that you surely cherish, you often have a hard time recalling the specific details of those moments. The important thing is that you remember the stuff that truly matters, and can block out the things that don't.