STANDARDIZED TEST
SCORES IMPROVEMENT

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Standardized Testing Starts as Early as Kindergarten

Testing is stressful! Because stress negatively affects the brain, it could make you perform worse.

You can set yourself up to become a better test taker by training your brain to avoid stress during standardized testing.

Infinite Mind is helpful for students of any age. If you’re a parent, you can empower your child to become more comfortable with testing earlier than their peers.

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Standardized Testing Starts as Early as Kindergarten

Testing is stressful! Because stress negatively affects the brain, it could make you perform worse.

You can set yourself up to become a better test taker by training your brain to avoid stress during standardized testing.

Infinite Mind is helpful for students of any age. If you’re a parent, you can empower your child to become more comfortable with testing earlier than their peers.

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Give Yourself an Advantage

When you sit down to take a test:

  • Your brain releases adrenaline.
  • This reduces your ability to think clearly and remember details.
  • As a result, your test scores suffer.

Students in a study who used Infinite Mind in conjunction with their SAT prep courses improved their SAT scores by 17.4% in math, reading, and writing.

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Give Yourself an Advantage

When you sit down to take a test:

  • Your brain releases adrenaline.
  • This reduces your ability to think clearly and remember details.
  • As a result, your test scores suffer.

Students in a study who used Infinite Mind in conjunction with their SAT prep courses improved their SAT scores by 17.4% in math, reading, and writing.

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Better Prepare Yourself for SAT

Train students to engage the whole brain and become better test takers

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Students before Infinite Mind

During standardized testing, the brain is under stress, relying mostly on the frontal cortex to answer questions.

Students after Infinite Mind

During standardized testing, the brain is under stress, relying mostly on the frontal cortex to answer questions.

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Improve Your Standardized
Testing Performance

After six weeks of training with Infinite Mind, students who spoke English as their native language and English as their second language (Limited English Proficiency, LEP) both improved their Student Mastery scores significantly.

LEP students increased Student Mastery by 51.5%. Native English Speakers (Not LEP) increased Student Mastery by 29.4%.

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Graphic showing the difference between pre and post infinite mind results in students regarding math, reading and writing
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2,000,000 users have benefited from
Infinite Mind Brain Training!

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Your Mind’s Infinite Potential?

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