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An experiment involving 600 pupils in 32 Scottish schools has found that using math problem-solving games for 20 minutes every day can improve math performance to a significant degree, reports the United Kingdom's Independent. The test group of pupils used the commercially available Nintendo's Brain Training game for nine weeks, while a control group continued their lessons as normal. When they were tested again at the end of the period, the results found all groups had improved their scores--but those using the game had improved by a further 50 percent. The time taken to complete the tests also dropped by
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