Unicorn Books, Jan 13, 2009 - 143 pages
While working out and sweating out in gym have become the order of the day, there is little we generally do about mental fitness. the result is that our mind begins to age prematurely resulting in sluggish thinking and blocks in problem-solving. the book Brain Gym is specially written to restore our lost mental health. the puzzles and brain-teasers given in the book ensure flexing of your brain muscles, thus making them adept at quick thinking and analysis of problems. Packed with a host of puzzles, the book will boost up lateral thinking ability among the readers, which is very important in solving the day-to-day problems.
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The word ‘GYM’, in general, is synonymous with the health and fitness of body. But, here, the author has used this word for the fitness of mind, which can be achieved by flexing and exercising the brain muscle. And one way to do that is to crack the puzzles.
Gajendra Kumar has introduced new puzzles based on algebra, geometry, numerology, science apart from general knowledge and commonsense in this book and expects the readers to take the challenge of solving them with the use of their own mind, knowledge and commonsense and determine their IQ level in the privacy of home.
Excellent preparatory material for those taking competitive examinations, such as,
CAT, MAT, XAT, ATMA, banking services, defence services or other top level international tests