Why you can’t remember what you read
So you are starting to read and then 5-10 mins pass, and you look up. Nope, can’t remember a single thing you just read.
In this video, I share with you three memory hacks that will help you to remember what you read
Memory Hack 1:
Stories and Mnemonics
A mnemonic is a system like a pattern of letters, ideas, or associations which assists in remembering something. This could include a rule, a process, a list, a story, an acronym or alliteration.
When learning new content, mnemonics are the most effective way to link new information and remember what you read.
You can make up your own stories and mnemonics/ acronyms, which can take time, or you can use the ones we have prepared for you in our revision mastery series. Our Level 3 anatomy and physiology revision mastery series, includes mnemonics for all of the content you need to know for your Level 3 Anatomy exam. This makes learning much more effective and easier to retain. You can find out more about our Revision Mastery Series by following this link >>
Memory Hack 2:
Set Up For Success!
It’s not just what you read, it’s how you read! If you are trying to cram revision into a busy day and are surrounded by distractions then setting yourself up for success could make a massive difference to your concentration levels and ability to retain info.
Try to take yourself away to a coffee shop, put your phone on airplane mode, and dedicate a specific amount of time to the studies, whereby it is your number one focus. And limit all distractions.
This also makes studying more enjoyable, and distinctly different from your normal surroundings. This will help you stay calm and remember what you read more easily.
Memory Hack 3:
We all Learn Differently.
Everyone has a unique learning style, and it is important to find what works for you rather than relying on what you have been given.
Most fitness professionals are kinesthetic or visual learners. A kinesthetic learner likes to write ou their notes, or draw items. They will often like to answer mock questions and learn from questioning. Whereas a visual learner, like strong visual images and diagrams, video, clearly labeled diagrams and clear steps to follow.
You can test your knowledge using our 101 mock questions by downloading them here >> http://bit.ly/L3AP101mock
Please leave a comment below sharing with us which of these three memory hacks will use first, and how you think this will help your learning and revision? Looking forward to reading and replying to your comments below.
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