What does my Performance Report mean? How can I find it?

The Lumosity Performance Report offers an in-depth, personalized analysis of your Lumosity game performance and determines how your Lumosity strengths are similar to those of different professions.

Where can I find my Performance Report?

You will be given access to your Performance Report once you complete a Training Session, granted you have completed at least 10 Training Sessions already. Please note that you will need to have completed 10 Training Sessions through the Lumosity website, this will not apply to sessions completed through the Lumosity Mobile apps for iOS or Android. If you have not yet completed 10 Training Sessions, you will see your Performance Report after completing your 10th session.

Once you have received your Performance Report, you can review it at any time by clicking Your Stats at the top of the page next to Home and Games. Then click on the "Performance Report" tab on the left-hand side of the page.

How often is the Performance Report updated?

At this time, the Performance Report will not be updated to take into account future game plays. However, we may update the report at some point in the future.

How did you pick my top game?

We analyzed LPI scores from 10 popular games, each challenging a distinct cognitive ability, and used this data to create a model that compares users' ability on these games across different professions. It is possible that there are games outside of these 10 that you perform better at or play more often, but to ensure consistency only these 10 were considered in the analysis.
The 10 games used to determine what kinds of people you are most similar to are:
  • Chalkboard Challenge
  • Color Match
  • Ebb and Flow
  • Eagle Eye
  • Lost in Migration
  • Memory Matrix
  • Pinball Recall
  • Raindrops
  • Speed Match
  • Word Bubbles Rising
The Performance Report uses data drawn from game play performance of over 85,000 Lumosity subscribers who provided information about their occupation. In the Performance Report we present this information by ranking users' similarity to 13 different occupation categories.

What does this mean for my career?

This analysis is based on a subset of Lumosity subscribers, and uses self-reported data, so do not be alarmed if your scores do not map to your ideal or current profession! It also is important to note that there are many other factors that go into the choice of profession. In addition, this analysis does not investigate job performance, it simply investigates job category.

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