Brain Fitness & Peak Performance

With neuroplasticity training, your IQ can change over time, improving memory, processing speed, problem solving, attention, focus and flexibility.

Mensa and High IQ Societies

Mensa is a high IQ society for people with an IQ of 130 or higher – an exceptional level of intelligence  in the top 2% of the population. Enjoy the benefits of being a Mensa member.

Entrance Exams and Achieving Your Educational Goals

The average IQ of all colleage graduates is around 115. The average IQ for Harvard and the Ivy League schools is around 140. IQ is the major factor in exam success and educational attainment.

Work Productivity & Job Tests

High IQs learn their skills sets faster, have more work efficiency and productivity, and have higher salaries.  Higher IQs help entrepreneurs reach their strategic goals. People with higher IQs score higher on career aptitude tests, and high IQs are seen as having potential for quick promotion to top-management and leadership positions.

Cognitive Aging and Brain Health

Cognitive decline in memory, mental flexibility, processing speed and reasoning can set in from the mid 50s onwards. But this decline is reversible with IQ training.

ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism Spectrum Disorder

Poor working memory is linked to ADHD, Dyslexia and ASD language and communication problems. HighIQPro directly trains working memory.

 

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