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9 Study Tips to Help You Memorize Content Easily  

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9 Study Tips to Help You Memorize Content Easily

Surprisingly, very few students actively make use of methods and learning techniques. Many of the approaches are easy to explain, but you will need some practice to implement them optimally.


This investment of time and energy in mastering these techniques is worthwhile because as soon as you have mastered whichever one that suits you, you can understand and memorize new content quickly and easily. It will save you time and leave you with more energy to engage in other activities.



1. Alphabet method

This principle is the knowledge that there are systematic and anticipated relationships between drafted letters and spoken sounds. In the alphabet method, the letters of the alphabet serve as classification features. Each letter is assigned a picture, for example, a book for the letter A. For example, if you need to remember the concept of the theory of relativity, you could imagine Albert Einstein reading a book. Such images are easy to memorize.


2. Memorial palace

The method is also called the journey method. It relies on memorized spatial relationships to establish order and recall memorial content. If you have a good imagination, then this concept could be ideal for you. This is how it works. You mentally construct a building from the content you’re studying. The basic contents form the foundation, the most important points can represent supporting pillars, and details close off your palace of thought as a roof. If you let this building arise very consciously and call it back to yourself several times, you will soon have internalized the contents.


3. Repetition

This is probably the best-known learning method. Repeat the content you want to study until you can say it by heart safely without looking at the pages. The criticism of this method is obvious. Blunt repetition can work with pure factual knowledge but is time-consuming and not very effective. When repetition technique is used in combination or as a supplement to other learning methods, it can be useful.


4. Lists

Those who cannot do much with more optically-oriented learning methods are better off with lists. With the list method, you can easily and clearly structure information through different levels. This structure can help to absorb the content easily and be able to understand interrelationships. For example, lists are ideal for simplifying complex content. The simplest variant is the familiar to-do list.


5. Loci method

This method is said to have its roots in ancient Greece. It involves linking places and objects with learning content. For example, if you are preparing for an exam, you should choose a route to walk or follow with your eyes. You can then assign certain content to each point on this route. You can call up these point by point and save the content in this way.


6. Mind mapping

If you are more creative, the well-known mind map technique is ideal for preparing content and showing relationships. Branches with further information and individual aspects branch off from the central topic or catchphrase. The sub-items can create any number of new branches. From a certain complexity, a mind map becomes confusing. Even electronic solutions can only help to a limited extent.


7. Understanding

This is probably one of the most basic learning tips of all. When it comes to texts and new content, focus on understanding the context and statements. For now, ignore all the details and numbers and really just focus on principles and structures. Details are then the icing on the cake that rounds off your understanding.


8. Index cards as Study Tips

Many students get to know this learning method in their first years of school. The classic approach is to write an answer or explanation on the front and its definition on the back of the card. A file box can be divided into three sections, for example. Right at the front is all the content that you still need to learn. The second section contains content that you have to review, and the third section contains the terms that you have already mastered and only go through every few weeks.


9. Visualization

If you are endowed with a vivid imagination, you should also use it for learning new content. Associate content with images and imagine the situations and statements described as vividly as possible. Work very consciously with the most vivid images possible and use organizational charts and mind maps, for example, to literally visualize the content.


About the Author 
Sara Leandro is a certified health coach and senior editor at Whatsdalatest. She helps others feel their best through individualized lifestyle changes that meet their unique needs. She covers topics ranging from lifestyle and productivity to relationships.

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