How is your memory today?

MemTrax measures your memory. Try a test and graph your results, see how things change over time.

Understand Your Memory

Learn about your brain health by taking MemTrax - a short and fun memory test. Take note how you felt during each test to identify what may have influenced your score like lack of sleep or medication.

Track Your Memory

Take the MemTrax memory test and try to improve your performance! Tracking your memory over time gives you insight about your brain health and can help you identify memory changes early.

Based On Science

Take a memory test that is based on science. MemTrax was developed almost 20 years ago by a Stanford University scientist and clinican. Many scientific publications support test validness.

A fun, simple way to track brain health.

Open

Available on major
platforms & devices

Quick

Only takes about 3
minutes per test

Simple

Easy and intuitive
for anyone to use

Repeatable

Long-term
memory tracking

Engaging

Millions of unique
test permutations

Private

Data anonymization to protect your records

Research Partners

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The Future of Cognitive Testing

Your first test will be your baseline score. We will save and log that as your first data point. You can then make an account and view your results in the dashboard. Take the test as many times as you like! Each test has different pictures and order sets that eliminate practice effects. Measure your brain health and log different variables that may change your scores.

 

There is a note section next to each data point that lets you write in things like medication, sleep, mood, or other factors that may have caused a change. Start measuring and tracking your brain health today!