#### Complete the test and see if you’re ready to go toe to toe with CerebRun, the world’s first mental mud run.

This test measures your physical motivation and your mental dexterity.  Avoid bias cognition by reading the questions carefully.  These are the same style of questions that will determine your fate during a CerebRun Challenge.

## CerebRun Test

Progress:

Physical Question: How do you prefer to get to the top floor of a building?

Mental Question: How do plants absorb nutrients from the sun?

Mental Question: A bat and ball cost a dollar and ten cents. The bat costs a dollar more than the ball. How much does the ball cost?

Mental Question: In a mud run, there is a patch of obstacles. Every day, the patch doubles in size. If it takes 48 days for the patch to cover the entire mud run, how long would it take for the patch to cover half of the mud run?

Mental Question: Of the 960 people in a theater, 17% tipped \$0.05 to the usher, 50% of the remaining 83% tipped \$0.10, and the rest tipped nothing. How much did the usher get?

Physical Question: I can run...

Mental Question: All my ties are red except two. All my ties are blue except two. All my ties are brown except two. How many ties do I have?

Mental Question: If 1.5 CerebRunners can eat 1.5 mud pies in 1.5 minutes, how many mud pies can 3 CerebRunners eat in half an hour?

Physical Question: You are traveling on foot from point A to point B. Before you arrive to point B, there is a 6 foot parallel bar in front of you. What do you do?

Physical Question: You see a 6 foot rope. What do you do...

Mental Question: If one nickel is worth \$0.05, how much is half of one half of a nickel worth?

Mental Question: Emily is faster than Ann and slower than Dolores. Who is the fastest of the three?

Physical Question: How many push ups can you do?

Mental Question: A CerebRunner was telling me, "I have eight sons and each has one sister." In total, how many children does the CerebRunner have?

Physical Question: I prefer to reside by trees because...