Colorado School of Mines has some of the highest-performing brains in the country — even besting the brainiacs at Harvard — according to an analysis of more than 75,000 college students’ scores in the online Lumosity Fit Test brain games.
The Golden-based institution ranked fourth in the nation when brain training program Lumosity analyzed students’ game results from 461 colleges. The games dabbled in mental abilities like attention, memory, processing speed and flexibility, according to a Lumosity news release.
Colorado School of Mines came in behind Dartmouth College, Carnegie Mellon University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but sat one ranking above Harvard University.
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