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Best Practices to remember things learned

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Below are the Top five ways to memorize things you have spent studying.
  • Read stuff over and over but from different sources or many other review books.
  • Attempt putting things on paper recollecting what you have studied so far. Though everything can be written completely, a rough notes and procedure that you are making your brain to go through will help you to stay them with you for longer time.
  • Be creative and make up mnemonics. Mnemonics aim to translate information into a form that the human brain can retain better and even the process of applying this conversion might already aid the transfer of information to long-term memory. Eg: To memorise the North American Great Lakes: the acronym HOMES - matching the letters of the five lakes (Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior)
  • Images are a way. If you can learn a new word and associate it with a picture it really stays in your brain for a longer duration.
  • Flash cards. Make your own flash cards where you write down short questions and hints to the answers and carry them along when you have a travel time. This saves time and strengthens your memory.
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