5 quick and easy ways to improve your ability to memorise information

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How many times have you felt like you know the information, but then when it comes time for a test or an exam, you realize that you didn’t remember it?

 

If this has happened to you more than once, there are some techniques that can help improve your ability to memorize information. In this blog post, we will discuss 5 quick and easy ways to increase your memory.

Tip 1: Repeat the information out loud

 

When you are trying to memorize something, repeating it out loud can be very helpful. This is because when you say the information out loud, it helps to imprint it in your memory because you are using a different part in your brain. For example, when you read something out loud, the information goes from being seen to being heard and this helps with memorization

Tip 2: Connect the information with images

 

One way to help remember information is to connect it with images. When you create a visual connection between two pieces of information, it helps your brain to better remember them.

 

For example, if you are trying to remember someone’s name, try picturing them wearing a shirt with their name on it.

 

Or if you are trying to remember a list of items, try picturing each item as being placed in a specific location.

Tip 3: Break information down into smaller chunks

 

When you are trying to learn a large piece of information, it can be helpful to break it down into smaller chunks. This will make the task seem less daunting and will enable you to focus on one specific part at a time.

 

Once you have mastered each individual chunk, you can then put them all together to form the larger picture.

Tip 4: Write the information down

 

When you write the information down, you are both visualizing and physically writing it down which helps with memory retention. In addition, by writing it down, you are committing the information to paper which means that you will have a harder time forgetting it.

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One trick is to rewrite the information in a different way so that it is more memorable. For example, if you are trying to remember a list of items, try rewriting the list in order of ascending or descending value.

Tip 5: Create a mnemonic device

 

A mnemonic device is simply a memory trick that helps you remember something by associating it with an easily remembered word, phrase, or image. For example, the phrase “Every Good Boy Does Fine” can be used to help memorize the notes on the lines of a treble clef.

 

Creating your own mnemonic devices can be especially helpful in remembering complex information. Try coming up with a catchy tune or rhyme to help you remember the information.

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Written by: 
Dr. Stephanie Kenny,

Chief Financial Officer

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