Everyday Memorization Techniques - Deepstash

Everyday Memorization Techniques

  • Make new connections that are visual (and perhaps outrageous): Turn the sound of names into a visual representation and anchor it to a physical picture of whatever you want to remember; Animate the images to easily remember them; Engage as many of your senses as possible.
  • Write notes or lectures down instead of typing them, to activate your brain and senses. Creating mind maps could also help you remember.
  • Use spaced repetition, from short to long time spaces when recalling/reviewing an information.
  • Share what you're learning, so you can prepare and organize your knowledge, and improve your understanding.

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