I can relate with the second one because i tend to use patters and make songs to help me remember stuff easier
i agree with this article becuase these eight things can help you remember stuff and help you remember more and make it easier for you to not forget certain things
I agree, that if you Become interested in what you're learning you will remember an if you visual things in your mind you would remember anything.
I can relate to some of what the article is saying. I did do most of my studying in the after noon. Summarized almost everything I read while taking notes and then spent some time memorizing them for later use.
4.) Do most of your studying in the afternoon./what time of day you perceive yourself to be most alert but by the time of day you actually study afternoon appearing to be the best.
The article talks about tips on how to improve your memory. It gives examples of things that you can think of to figure out what you're trying to remember. And tips on how to remember something you know you're going to need to know in the future.
I agree with this article on how to remember.
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i agree with this article because all of their statements make sense
The article that I read was called "Eight Ways to Remember Anything" and it tells about 8 different strategies that you can use to remember anything that you need to. When people get older they tend to notice that they cant remember things as well as they use to be able to and this is the beginning of benign forgetfulness. This is when a memory remains intact but our ability to retrieve it becomes temporarily impaired.
If something interest you, you will remember to easier. Pick one thing that will help you with all of your visual remembrance. When remembering lots of facts, remember the important things first, then go to the little details. Contact things you already know to things you don't know. Don't be afraid to write things out to remember them. Practice over and over again. Make a summary of the important things in a reading. Do studying mid day, so you aren't tired from waking up or wanting to go to bed. Give it time to soak up in your brain.Get plenty of sleep and it will help retain your memory.
The mind has a vast storage. It is actually bigger than many people think. We can also expand it. One way to do that is by Become interested in what you are learning. Other things that help out can consist of reading and writing out lists and notes of what you are learning about. So in order for memory to continue expanding you need to keep on learning.
I can relate to this article because there is a lot of things I should not have remembered but I do. Like all of my family numbers, even my 4 best friends number I could tell you.
Today's article was titled, "Eight ways to remember." The article went through 8 strategist/ ways to remember things more easily. The one that personally caught my attention from the 8 was the one titled, "Associate what you're trying to learn with what you already know." It explained how mental connections with things can help build your present and future memory.
She started out by saying how it would be easier to memorize things you're interested in. Then, she talked about how putting a picture with the word helped a lot. Then, relate all the words together, she called it a mental memory tree.
In today's article it talked about eight easy ways to help your memory. It also talked about memory loss and how it is so easy to forget things. The eight tips to help you remember are: become interested in what you are learning, find a way to leverage your memory, create a mental memory tree, associate what you are trying to learn with what you already know, write out the items over and over, summarize, study in the afternoon and most importantly get enough sleep.
The research-based strategies to boost your memory and to keep it strong. It tells you that strategies for you to remember. Become interested in what your'e learning, find a way to leverage your visual memory, create a mental memory tree and write out the items to be memorized over and over and over.
Associate with what know already knnow can help your memory and become intrestedd in what your learning caught my eye because it can connest both of the things you already know and the things youre wanting to learn.
In the article "Eight ways to remember anything" it talks about way you can remember.
1-Become interested in what you're learning.
2-Find a way to leverage your visual memory.
3-Create a mental memory tree.
4-Associate what you're trying to learn with what you already know.
5-Write out the items to be memorized over and over and over.
6-When reading for retention, summarize each paragraph in the margin.
7-Do most of your studying in the afternoon.
8-Get adequate sleep to consolidate and retain memories.
I agree, that if you Become interested in what you're learning you will remember