A successful student must know how to use memory.
Of course, memory does not mean learning.
It is where what you learn is stored. The permanence of learning depends on storing and using memory correctly.
We are sharing with you the top memory techniques that we have prepared for students and which many of students have used with great results.
The human brain processes images faster than words.
In fact, 90% of the information our brain processes is visual. We also process visual information 60,000 times faster than words.
So it’s no surprise that we remember pictures better than words.
Converting words or equations to images is an effective memorization technique.
When you want to turn information into an image, try to make it absurd, funny or exaggerated, not just any picture.
Abbreviations and Reminders
Abbreviations and mnemonics are also useful memory techniques for students.
Connect Information to Something You Already Know Well
Let’s say you’re learning about Ancient Rome and you already know a lot about Ancient Greece. By specifying this, you can connect two knowledge areas;
Both the Greeks and Romans relied on agriculture as an important part of their economy.