In this test, the ‘Stroop effect’ is used to challenge your ability to read and retrieve information.

At first, you will see a list of color words, for example:  

At first, the color of the words will match the color names. Stroop Effects will move from color to color and ask you which color you see. Select from the menu at the bottom of the screen the correct answer. 

In Stage 2, in place of the color words will be patches of different colors. Once again, the goal is to select the correct color from the options being shown.  


In Stage 3, consisting of three screens, the colors of the letters will not match the colors represented by the words.

The trick is to identify the color of the letters you see. For instance, you may see the word “YELLOW” spelled out in blue. When this happens, your answer should be “blue”.

> Proceed to the instruction of the last test.