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Memory plays a crucial role in the process of learning and retaining information, making it a fundamental aspect of academic success and personal growth. However, with the increasing demands of modern education and the overwhelming amount of information we encounter daily, many students often struggle to remember and recall vital details. Thankfully, there are several effective study hacks that can significantly enhance memory retention and boost overall learning capabilities. In this article, we will explore nine powerful study hacks designed to improve memory.


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