Tips To Improve Your Memory

Tips To Improve Your Memory

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Many of our clients often say they fail to remember their test material in time to pass their tests. In fact, that is one of the main reasons why so many online students hire class help online. How many times have you read something and then after ten minutes, you have to re-read that same page because you can’t remember anything? Here’s the solution.

1.Do Not Memorize

Don’t try to memorize the material as you’re reading. Instead, read with a digital marker or a highlighter and underline the keywords or main points, and difficult words. You should also take notes as you’re reading. It helps to organize your ideas, draw conclusions from the text, and stay engaged while reading. This helps you prepare for tests and also perform at a higher level during exams.

2. Mind Palace Method

Use the oldest known mnemonic strategy called the mind palace method, or the Method of Loci. The technique says that you remember places that you’re familiar with, and should thus link specific academic material with places in your room. Imagine yourself standing in your room and mentally organizing the furniture and items before you. It could be a desk, TV, couch, lamp, and bed. This is the setting for your mind palace. Associate your class information with one of the objects or spaces in the room and you will definitely remember it with ease. This method has a long history of success when it comes to test-taking and memory recall.

3. Spaced Repetition Technique

Review your material over and over again and you will slow down the deterioration of your memory. As time goes on, you tend to forget information learned if it is not reviewed frequently. This is described as the forgetting curve, discovered by Hermann Ebbinghaus, a German researcher. To transfer the information into your long term memory, you have to revisit the content a number of times. You can also use some excellent spaced repetition apps including Anki, Kleio, and SuperMemo for higher tech approach.

4. Feynman Technique

A simple and powerful technique to hold onto new concepts and information is by teaching to a toddler. This can help you pinpoint the holes in your memory. The Nobel-prize winning physicist Richard Feynman is the name behind the method. The more you explain it to a toddler or child in simple forms, the more you will be forced to store the essential information in your long-term memory.

5. Optimize Your Lifestyle

Proper sleep, exercise, and a healthy diet can dramatically increase memory retention. It takes close to eight hours of sleep to have a well-rested mind that can focus and perform. Make sure to excercise everyday, whether that means cycling, power walking, jogging, and aerobic exercises in your daily routine. Avoid processed foods; eat only whole grains, legumes, vegetables, nuts, and fruits in your diet to improve your academic performance.

If you have trouble remembering difficult academic concepts, feel free to contact online class takers. Call us to ask – ‘Can I pay someone to take my online class?’

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