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5 Great Gaming Apps for Management Students

Bored of slogging through practice tests for your management entrance tests or just keen to train your brain? We think these 5 apps might be a perfect fix to train your brain and have some fun. Check them out below.
BY Cherryy Chauhan |   15-12-2017

Quick thinking + good vocabulary + logic + quantitative skills are essential skills for a management student. They are also integral components of many management entrance exams.

To improve your skills and ace your entrance tests, you don’t need to stick to the slog, and bury your nose in books and prep courses. There are also games and apps which can bust your stress and boost your skills. While they have a wide appeal, they can also be useful to the management students.

 

  1. Fit Brains Trainer:
    Available for:
    Android and iOS
    Price: Free + in-app purchases (Premium subscription starts from ₹ 150)
    Fit Brains is an award-winning app that allows users to create and play customizable brain games. The app is the brainchild of neuroscientist Dr. Paul Nussbaum. Fit Brains is based on existing cognitive training research. The app has more than 60+ personalized games targeted at improving memory, quick thinking, problem solving, language, and concentration.

     
  2. Lumosity:
    Available for: Android and iOS
    Price: Free + in-app purchases (Premium subscription starts from ₹ 750)
    Lumosity’s brain training program is an online tool based on a 3-step-training process.  The game challenges 5 core cognitive abilities – speed, memory, attention, flexibility, problem-solving. Developed by San Francisco’s Lumos Labs, Lumosity has been downloaded by more than 10 million people internationally.
     
  3. Peak:
    Available for:
    Android and iOS
    Price: Free + in-app purchases (Premium subscription starts from ₹ 300)
    Peak was chosen by Google as one of the Best Android Apps for 2016. The app offers brain training workouts designed to improve mental agility by focusing on subjects like vocabulary, languages, memory, logical reasoning, language co-ordination, and creativity. Founded by a team of technical entrepreneurs, Peak has a total of 30 games including the Wizard memory game created in collaboration with faculty from the University of Cambridge.

     
  4. Elevate:
    Available for: Android and iOS
    Price: Free + in-app purchases (Premium subscription starts from ₹ 300)
    Elevate brands itself as a communication and analytical skills building tool. An app that is composed of more than 40 interactive and gripping brain games, Elevate offers a whimsical and interactive user interface that lead to its choice as Apple’s ‘App of the Year’ in 2014. Elevate’s brain games are built by experts and help you with helpful insights into your daily improvement.

     
  5. NeuroNation:
    Available for: Android and iOS
    Price: Free + in-app purchases (Premium subscription starts from ₹ 220)
    With more than 5 million downloads, NeuroNation has also been awarded Google’s ‘Best App of the Year’.  It has also been awarded the ‘LEONARDO’ – Health Award for Digital Prevention.  An app was soon rolled onto iOS and Android in more than 8 languages.

    This brain training startup was developed by three coders alongside psychologists of the Free University of Berlin and Technische Universität Dortmund. NeuroNation has games that can help solidify the basics perception, reasoning, numeracy and memory, only through sets of 10-minute games.


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