Only 5% of People Will Graduate from This Odd One Out 8-part Quiz! How Many Can You Solve In 30 Seconds?

I know what you’re thinking. This is too easy. Well, at first, it looks that way, but trust me, you’re about to seriously challenge yourself. There are 8 tests with an odd shape embedded somewhere. Can you spot all the odds in 30 seconds in this hard quiz? How many can you solve? Get your strop watch ready!

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This awesome test isn’t merely about perfect eyesight. It’s about processing speed, a sort of eye and mind coordination check. How fast can your brain process the images flying into your eyes all at once? This type of quiz is great practice for improving processing power and sharpening the brain. Practicing these types of puzzles helps to keep the brain cells active and functional.

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So, let’s dive right in! How many did you spot correctly in 30 seconds? Your time starts now. The answers are posted at the end of this article, but try not to peek until you’ve solved them all.

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How well did you do on this exceptionally hard quiz? If you spotted all of them, you’ve just joined the elite 5% of people who could. Congratulations! If you didn’t, that’s okay. You can always try again, and that means more helpful practice for you. It’s always a win-win with these games.

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Several studies have shown that it’s important to utilize every part of your brain regularly to possibly slow degeneration over time. According to a massive study conducted by researchers at the University of Exeter and Kings College London, solving brain teasers (mostly word puzzles) regularly can make the brain feel 10 years younger. They collected data from over 17,000 participants, making it the largest study of its kind ever conducted. 

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You can think of the aging brain like an old computer,” said Dr. Howard Fillit, founding executive director and chief science officer of the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation“Speed-of-processing tasks help the aging brain perform more like a new computer by training it to process visual information more quickly. And this,” he continued, “may help stem the cognitive decline.”

Some people might argue that puzzles and teasers don’t necessarily improve intelligence. However, the term intelligence simply means “the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills.” A person who habitually solves word puzzles and riddles would most likely improve on their knowledge of words and applications. These puzzles reinforce existing connections between our brain cells, also increasing the generation of new relationships. This will subsequently improve mental speed and thought processes. If this isn’t relative to intelligence, then we don’t what is.

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It’s a great habit to solve these puzzles regularly. If not for anything else, but because they are great mood boosters!

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Answers below

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So, how did you do? Let us know in the comments! If you would like to try some more brain teasers, we recommend these!

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You Solve This Crazy-Difficult Word Search and Find the “Dog”?

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No One Can Solve All 10 Of These Impossible Riddles

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Can You Solve This Tricky, Yet Simple Math Problem?

Sources

  1. Only 5 Out Of 100 People Will Graduate From This Odd One Out Quiz!” Play Gemz.
  2. Working on Puzzles Can Help Your Brain Feel ‘10 Years Younger.” Healthline. Jim Pietrangelo. August 4, 2017.
  3. Daily crosswords linked to sharper brain in later life.” Exeter. July 17, 2017.
Brittany Hambleton
Freelance Contributor
Brittany is a freelance writer and editor with a Bachelor of Science in Foods and Nutrition and a writer’s certificate from the University of Western Ontario. She enjoyed a stint as a personal trainer and is an avid runner. Brittany loves to combine running and traveling, and has run numerous races across North America and Europe. She also loves chocolate more than anything else… the darker, the better!
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