Why I forget?

As I read this I couldn’t help but think of the last quiz I took. I read the information, studied, rehearsed and reviewed all of it. <em>But something went wrong, I didn’t retain the information like I had expected to. </em>I stared at the questions and drew blanks.

So I started using common sense to answer the question and slowly some of the information came to mind. After I finished this article things made sense. I clearly overloaded my brain with too much information at once, I didn’t use it enough and I let old information interfere with new information. I found this article very helpful in understanding <b>I need to pay more attention to the way I study</b>, chunking down information and being creative to properly encode information into long- term memory would help. Especially if we really do lose 50% of everything we learn in an hour. YIKES!

–Yesenia Acevedo, Applied Science Major, Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR.

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