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How to Boost Your Memory Before ExamsBY: Jo Justin | Category: Education | Submitted: 2010-03-16 08:46:05
Article Summary: "Memory can be boosted before the exam so that you can remember a lot more. This will help you to be successful in your exam..."
As the world is on the fast track, students of various disciplines of study have started learning more and they have a lot more to study. This has caused a lot of difficulties for the students. They are required to remember a lot of information that does not seem to be humanely possible. This has caused many students not to be able to cope with this increased load on them. During exam time, they have to cram as much information that they possibly can into their brain and remember a lot of information. This makes it very difficult and also stressful for these students.
Here are a few simple methods that can be used to boost the memory of students before the exam and will also be helpful for those students who like to remember a lot of information.
The student should understand what is being learnt. If the student is not able to understand what is being learnt, then it is difficult to remember what was learnt. There are some students who just try to remember a lot of things by rote memorization. This can help n the very short term, but when they try to recollect relevant information, they will not be able to do so. This is the draw back of memorizing information without understanding what it really means. This is the reason why emphasis is laid on understanding the concept behind what is being learnt. This will help to increase the memory of the person and they will be able to recollect relevant information even after many months.
One of the most important methods of remembering various information that is being learnt is to associate the facts and the images in the text. Since there is a lot of information, associating certain information to things that you know and understand will help to widen your memory and also help to recollect the information more easily.
This is very similar to association. This is the method in which the student learns to club or group various items that have been studied together. You can try to form links between the various information that you have studied and also form associations between them. This will help you to have a proper sequence and flow of thought in your brain and you will be able to remember more information for a longer period of time.
There are many students who look at all the information that is present in front of them and lose heart thinking that they will never be able to remember all the information. This attitude itself makes the person to become a loser and the student is not ale to remember any information. Only when the child is able to realize the true potential will he able to remember all the information that was studied.
The student should also recall what was learnt at regular intervals as this will helps to increase the memory.
These are the various methods that can be used to remember information before the exams and also at other times.
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