Memory plays a crucial role in our daily life. It is a region of our brain that stores data about every event that happens in our lives. It is not possible for human beings to store each and every data in a structured way. Jotting down things on paper or on-screen is always better to remember things than to rely on your brain for important tasks but sometimes you’ve got to rely on your plain old brain to keep essential data sorted and handy. Whether it’s a client’s name, a password or combination you want to be stored only in your head, or answers for an upcoming test, there are plenty of techniques and tools to help you lock important stuff and pull it out whenever needed.
The students need to deal with subjects such as history and geography which have huge amounts of data such as diagrams dates, names and places to remember. During the exams of these subjects, a student needs to be thorough with all the data in a structured manner. By following these simple tricks, students can easily learn things easily and for a longer period of time.
Create Association in Mind
If a learner is able to make connections to the things he studies then it would help him to remember the information easily and will also increase the creativity and intelligence of the mind.
This exercise helps students to stay focused while studying and also improves your concentration power. Meditation also helps to reduce exam stress and anxiety as it is beneficial for your mental and physical health.
Scientists have discovered many patterns of electrical impulses which can trigger a series of changes in the cognitive skills like learning, memory, etc. Some complex puzzle problems act as “stimulant rich” environment which can trigger new ways by which a brain can solve a problem. They help in building new connections in the brain. If one changes track from an easy level to a difficult one or some unfamiliar kind then it stimulates new neural activities and develops a new skill to solve the higher level problems.
Students are benefited when instructions are given both in verbal and visual formats. Encourage students to imagine a picture of what they just heard or read. For instance, asking students of what needs to be done is also a simpler way to enhance memory direction. To put in simple words, a student remembers the anatomy of human brain when it is expressed in both visual and verbal formats.
Over – Learning Material
In general, students often practice only until they are adept to perform one error-free repetition. Just one repetition will not do the needful. Students should be taught about the need for “overlearning” new information.
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