Brain Exercise & Cognitive Function Test # 38-word game



Recently I received an objective review of my exercises that suggested grading them in degrees of difficulty. The same day I received an email from someone who had tried one of my latest exercises and decided that it was too difficult.

Well I got the message. I am grading the exercises Easy, Moderate and Difficult.

E =Easy, M = Moderate and Challenging

This word exercise is graded E

There are 11 letters posted at random.

The exercise has 2 parts
1. create as many words as you can from the letters posted; this you do at your own level of cognitive function and skills.

The letters represents a four-word sentence.

2. Identify the sentence.

You must use all the letters in forming the sentence.

Clue 4 + 2 + 1 + 4
I E A S G N S G M O N .

Copyright 2018 Courtney Devonish


  1. Thanks for clarifying the different difficulty levels of your various tests. I just visited your website for the first time. Seems very interesting.

    What exactly is the point of these exercises? Will they increase my memory capacity, decrease anxiety levels, or increase overall mental clarity? Seems interesting if implemented regularly.

  2. Are these exercises suppose to help improve your cognitive skills? I did get a lot of words but I could not for the life of me solve the three word puzzle. I know you said it tests your vocabulary and cognitive skills but if you do these types of exercises on a regular basis will it help improve these skills? Can it slow down diseases like Alzheimer?

  3. Hi Codevonish
    ya exercises that suggested grading to tell you the truth I always like to go with the word E so i will follow the post, I suggest if you could better add up some mathematical part and aptitude test in it will make lot difference but overall nice simple post will visit soon again

  4. I am not an authority on the subject but brain exercises are highly recommended and could only be positive., Go through you list of words and try to isolate the letters in a possible word and then look at remaining letters and keep repeating until it makes sense. try researching Alzheimers on Google.

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