How long does the MOXO test last?
The entire test duration, including a short tutorial and practice session take about 19-22 minutes.
Will I get see the test results automatically after finishing the test?
No, the results are viewed in the system by the clinician.
What are the best environmental settings for doing a MOXO test?
- A quiet secluded room with no disturbances throughout the test. We recommend putting all phones on silent mode.
- A stable – nonrotating chair,
- A computer with a stable internet connection.
- External wired mouse, keyboard and speakers are preferable.
Are there any preparations before doing the MOXO?
- Go to sleep early the night before.
- Eat breakfast before the test.
- Don’t drink coffee or an energy drink prior to the test.
- If you are taking medication – consult with your doctor 24 hours before the test to consider which medication should not be taken.
How long should I wait between the 1st and 2nd test if taking medication?
The re-test should be done between 1 hour to an hour and a half after taking the medication – please make sure you consult with your clinician and understand if and how to take medication before doing the test.
Is there a preferable time to do the MOXO test?
We recommend performing the test in the morning when you are most alert. Please NOTE! Once you receive the invitation email, the link for the test will be available for 45 minutes ONLY.
What languages is the test available in?
The test and preset screens are available in 12 languages: English, Hebrew, French, German, Italian, Spanish (Spain and Mexico) Ukrainian, Polish, Turkish, Arabic, Russian, Portuguese
Do I need to know math or to read in order to take the test?
To understand the pre-test explanations screens you will need to read the messages on the screen. The test itself is completely international and multi-cultural. You do not need to be able to recognize letter or numbers to complete it successfully.
How will I get the MOXO test results?
Your clinician will email the test report to you in PDF format, which will be password protected. Your clinician will send you a password in a separate email or by a text message.