Just 8 tips
dusti Patten, HS Sophomore
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR
The 8 tips in this article are very helpful when trying memorize a subject. I usually forget to "connect the dots", which would help me retain a lot more information while studying. I would recommend this article to anyone having issues with memorizing anything.
Charity Araujo, College Freshman
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR
Very good easy outline. These 8 steps are 1 step larger than 7 (lol) however, chucking it into 2 parts made it much easier 4 and 4, you are so right. Thank you for such an easy way to remember to enhance my memory skills.
Chemeketa Community college, Salem Oregon
Very simple and easy to follow! The 8 tips in this article are really helpful when trying memorize a subject. I know I am going to use this site to help with improving my memory. I would definitely recommend this site to anyone having problems with memory.
Good tips for memory
Kati Caldwell, College Freshman
Chemeketa CC, Salem, OR
This was a good site that gave reasons why people don't always remember things, and ways to improve it. It talks about how there is long term memory and short term memory.
It then gives 8 tips on ways you can improve your memory. I think the tips it gives are really helpful and I am going to use them when studying for school.
Eight Awesome Tips
Chemeketa Community College, Salem OR
The purpose of this site was to give you tips on how to improve your memory. I believe that it did just that, too. The site explains memory a little bit, which is good to know, and then gives you very useful tips to help improve memory and banish forgetfulness. One of my favorite tips was the 'Smell, touch, taste, hear, and see it.' I like this one because it includes all of your senses to help remember something. I can see myself using this tip in the future. Also, the 'Chunk it' tip is awesome! It's proven extremely effective in remembering phone numbers, and I feel will be effective in helping memory in my classes too. I am definitely going to share these tips with my friends.
One of my favorite tips was the 'Smell, touch, taste, hear, and see it.' I like this one because it includes all of your senses to help remember something. I can see myself using this tip in the future.
Also, the 'Chunk it' tip is awesome! It's proven extremely effective in remembering phone numbers, and I feel will be effective in helping memory in my classes too. I am definitely going to share these tips with my friends.
Distraction in the way of Memory?
Chemeketa Community College, McMinnville, OR.
8 tips for improving your memory. http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2010/09/03/8-tips-for-improving-your-memory/
This article dealt with 8 different tips on improving your memory. Focus, smell touch hear and see, repeat it, chunk it.
I really felt these were all some good tips. I have found out through this course on trying to improve my learning abilities that I am trying to multi task every time I sit down to study or do an assignment or test. I will have the family in the background, music playing, or have something internally on my mind playing a big distraction from me being able to take all this pertinent information in and being able to commit it to memory for a later time or a test.
I will begin to do my work when the family is away and I will commit to not having the radio on as another distraction.
8 Tips for Improving Memory Review
Joseph Urmson, HS Sophomore
Chemeketa Community College, Salem,OR
The beginning section of the page talks about how it is obvious that memory would form in the brain, but by improving the brain's condition it can also have positive effects on your memory as well. Repeat it. talks about how repetition over long periods of time can be helpful, but not to confuse it with cramming. Organize it.discusses how our brains like organization which is why books have chapters and outlines, and by organizing what you have to memorize your brain can have an easier time remembering. Overall I like this tips list because not only did it confirm that some of my study methods are healthy ones, but also gave me some more useful tips on how to better memorize information.
8 tips to improving your memory
Chemeketa Community College, Salem Oregon
After reading this I tried applying some of the techniques with studying for some of my college classes and I was surprised at how well it works. Some of these steps it doesn't takes but a minute to apply during your studies and you'll be amazed at the results! Definitely recommend it!
Spending time to manage time
Mckayla Marchand, salem oregon
This review was very helpful and gave eight different strategies to use in order to improve memory. From chunking information to even using your senses to remember certain things, this article could help the stressed out college student or your grandma with memory loss and everyone in-between. Overall the strategy that stuck out to me the most was using organization. I am one of the most unorganized people but after reading about how it can improve my memory this article has motivated me even further to stay organized.
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, Oregon
John M Grohol, Psy.D. wrote 8 Tips for Improving Your Memory.This article elaborates on memory and ways of improving it. We have two different memories, long-term and short-term memory. Long-term memory is information you dont need to remember this instant. Short-term memory is for small pieces of information needed right away. Grohol speaks of ways to improve your memory, which include eating right, physical exercise, and engaging in brain stimulating activities. Brain stimulating activities are aimed at keeping your mind sharp, no matter what age you are. Grohol gives us 8 tips to help with improving our memory. 1. Focus on it: focuses on one task at a time to properly encode in to your memory 2. Smell, touch, taste, hear and see it: the more senses involved the better the encoding into memory 3. Repeat it: repetition over time seems to work better for encoding information 4. Chunk it: dont try to remember more than 7 items at a time 5. Organize it: use tools to help organize to simplify memory 6. Use mnemonic devices: they help encode by utilizing imagery, acronyms, rhyme, or song 7. Learn it the way that works for you: use a method for taking in new information which works for you 8. Connect the dots: make associations when you first take in information
This article is written by a Doctor of Psychology, which appears to give it validity. Gorhol gives 8 great tips for keeping your memory fresh that mostly resemble information found in our current reading. It is refreshing to see a multitude of brain stimulating activities and for the focus not to be on just one. The most impressive part of the article has to be the fact that it emphasized to learn the way that works for you. Trying new ideas of learning is great but the end result is to use a style which will allow us to encode information into our long-term memory when we study.
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