Showing posts with label memorizing techniques. Show all posts
Showing posts with label memorizing techniques. Show all posts

Sunday, November 24, 2013

How To Memorize Faster

How to memorize faster 
  • READ:             
Yes, reading is the most important thing that I do when it comes to memorizing. How will you ever memorize your notes or your books if you don’t read anything. You need to read anything and everything you can when it comes to your school work, trust me I know. So I read all the information given to me, and I write my own notes. What’s the harm in writing your own notes? Actually nothing, because at least you understand your own notes, because their yours. So when you read a lot, you’ll retain enough information to memorize everything that you need to know.

  • LISTENING:     
Listening may not be what you want to hear, but it does help to listen. Just by listening to someone you can definitely memorize a lot of things. Like if a teacher tells you a story about a topic you are learning in class, that can help when your looking for ways to memorize what you need to learn. You’ll be able to recall what the professor said, just by listening to what there saying. Just like when your listening to music, and you want to remember all the words.

Repeating anything and everything you learn can be beneficial to you in the long run. It’s like when your listening to the radio, and they play the same song OVER and OVER again. You eventually start to memorize the song, even if you don’t like it. So even if what your learning it’s fun or interesting if you continue to repeat it, eventually you will understand it. Also, your notes always read over it more than once maybe even 3-4 times. The more you read some thing the more you’ll eventually understand it. Your mind needs to continue to see, hear, or read something for a great deal of time before you get it. You don’t just learn by doing something once, remember practice makes perfect. The more you do the more you learn and understand.

I personally like this one, but if you don’t understand what your teaching, then don’t try and confuse someone. But, if you understand what your teaching someone then your on the right track. Teaching others helps you remember, things that you didn’t know before. It’s like when you tutor someone, you’ll get better and better at the topic if you teach others how to do it. You’ll even get better at the topic you teach, because you’ll always retain the information that you learn.

This works for some people and not for others, so it’s fine if you cannot comprehend this particular memory technique. If you are memorizing a full text of stuff, try to image a picture that it represents. I have read a lot of research studies that say a memorizing technique is to connect things with pictures. Say you are reading a story about trees if you picture a tree when you read the story, then you’ll eventually always remember that the story has something to do with a tree. You’ll say to yourself, OH!! I remember this story, it’s about some old tree. Or if you have multiple things you need to remember, then you can picture them. I am a computer engineering student who have to remember a lot of equations and items. So, every time I have to remember something like say a SODRIMM I’ll picture something like butterflies, because a SODIMM chip has many little designs on it that remind me of a butterfly. Now you don’t have to use this specifically, but that’s just me. Some people even picture things like birds, or colors. It just helps people remember these things better.

I have used this >>>>>>>>> Memorizing Techniques for sometime now. It helps me as a college student who needs to better focus and memorize and retain information. This website does help, and I know other people who use it. This is only a suggestion.

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