Untimed tests provide students the opportunity to flexibly and productively work with numbers, further developing their problem-solving abilities. Math anxiety has also been found to affect students more in timed situations. For students with math anxiety, untimed tests allow them to free up their Working Memory for Arithmetic Fact Retrieval and Operations.
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Learn how Brainquake's Wuzzit Trouble Math promotes problem-solving and pattern recognition under untimed conditions. By including a redo option, learners can try a puzzle again to practice more efficient strategies and deepen their number sense.