Secrets of good memory

‘The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you’. Whether you’re looking to sharpen your mind, boost your mental performance, or preserve your memory as you age, these tips can help.

Important Points for good memory:

Try the strategy of reciting: (or Reading Aloud)

Try memorizing formulae, definitions and functions etc. through the strategy of recitation.

Get the correct information regarding your studies

How will it be helpful and useful in your life? What will be your position if you do not study? What will you achieve on securing high marks?

Try to get information regarding the matters concerned.

Connect several points with each other:

The points known to you and new points to be studied must be connected with each other and remembered for longer time period.

By connecting details to a name of famous scientist, experiments and/or the apparatus name can be remembered.

Remember in your mother-tongue:

Any information or details given in     must be converted into your mother-tongue, then it goes into the long term memory.

Always remember large numbers in small groups:

If there is a figure of four numbers, then make a group of 2 numbers, and for large numbers, let it be group of 3 numbers.

Explain to your friend:

After remember all important points, try to explain these points to your friend, if queries or raises any doubts, try to solve them. In this way the points will be properly stored in your mind.

Foods that Boost Your Memory

what we eat also has an effect on memory improvement.

There are several foods that are great for memory such as walnuts, green tea, blueberries, fish, whole grains, olive oil, etc

Meditation for Memory

Meditation is the most effective way of improving the ability of our mind to pay attention to tasks – which is important for improving retention and converting a short-term memory into a long-term memory.


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