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What is BrainTest?

BrainTest® the first digital, scientifically proven, at-home screening test (similar to the paper one you’d get at the doctor’s office) that’s uniquely designed to detect early stage changes in brain function associated with Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, and Mild Cognitive Impairment.

BrainTest checks your overall brain health

Your brain is an amazing and complex organ that manages many tasks and functions everyday. Our test assessess how well your brain performs key functions that affect your day-to-day quality of life.





EXECUTIVE Problem Solving

VISUOSPATIAL Understanding object dimensions

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Why BrainTest?

Scientifically Validated

BrainTest has undergone clinical testing to confirm its success and accuracy.


BrainTest is self-administered and can be taken at anytime in the comfort of your own home.

Trustworthy Result

Your detailed results are explained by a real, board-certified doctor

While it does not diagnose any specific condition, early screening with BrainTest can help your doctor detect changes in your cognition and determine whether there could be other treatable disorders that cause similar signs as Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia. Your results can be easily printed and taken to your doctor to help start the conversation about your brain health.

Meet our Team

BrainTest was built by a team of experts including leading Alzheimer’s researchers and doctors, mobile application developers, and designers. After years of development and testing, the BrainTest Team successfully created a mobile application that is both scientifically-validated and easy to use. With BrainTest, the team is one step closer to their goal of making early screening for Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment available to as many people as possible around the world.


New Study Finds That Empowering Primary Care Providers with Data-Driven Cognitive Screening Tools Increases Identification of Cognitive Impairment.

New Study is good news for people with memory concerns as it provides further validation of popular self-administered cognition test