- First, you've got to be interested in the material.
- Second, you need to understand what you're learning.
- Third, you need to associate the thing you wish to know with something meaningful that you already know.
- Fourth, you've got to put it in a logical sequence.
- Fifth, make a hand-eye connection. Write down what you want to remember in the way you want to remember it.
- Sixth, concentrate on the information. See it in your mind's eye in outline form.
- Seventh, repeat it over and over and over and over again.
Monday, November 7, 2011
Memorizing Massive Amounts
Did you know that if you have average intelligence you have sufficient brain power to memorize the entire Encyclopedia Britannica? That's right; you can memorize massive amounts of material. Here are seven steps: