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Author: Shareen Aguilar


When you thought you have everything placed for memorization use, think again. The fact is; there's a big possibility that these things could be the very element why you forget important information which you should've been retaining in the first place.

Having said this, lets cite an example - you. When you try to remember something, you work hard on doing it right? Sometimes, you rely on things like organizers to help you better in retaining the information. On the contrary, all you think about after internalizing the material is you worry about forgetting it. The very act of worrying is already a negative impression on what you are capable of doing. In the end, instead of having retained the information, you're left with nothing to recall. This is because you were too worried about forgetting it when what you are doing is actually blocking what you needed to remember by worrying.

Here's another one. You may or may not have realized it before, but your willingness to remember makes a difference. When you know in you that you can and will be able to remember what you've just studied, the power of intention to remember works wonders. How you look at things will certainly boosts your capacity to remember.

And of course, the most interesting part in memorization is the selection of important or significant details alone. Once you've learned which part of a material you need to choose, you can use others as well. Apparently, selection is an important part of memorization, not to mention for students studying for an exam. This makes it possible for the learner to omit unnecessary words and concentrate on key points. The technique here is for the learner to read or study the material as a whole and then go through it after and pick important major ideas. Going through the entire material first before actually picking up important parts for memorization is essential since memorization can never be done without a complete understanding of what is being learned.


About the author: Shareen Aguilar is a writer for http://www.memory-improvement-techniques.com which has Memory Improvement Books and Memory Game Software.


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