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    I have a whole unit to memorise, 3 chapters worth of content. I need it done by the morning so that I can quickly move on to past papers.

    How can I memorise it all FASTER?
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    I have a whole unit to memorise, 3 chapters worth of content. I need it done by the morning so that I can quickly move on to past papers.

    How can I memorise it all FASTER?
    Memory techniques, google them, there's journey method, etc...

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    Make notes/pictures/diagrams/colours of whatever you're learning. Then condense those.Then keep testing yourself. watch videos on youtube (speed it up if necessary) Make a checklist or remember points in a way that's likely to stick.
    I'd say apply to real life concepts to gain greater understanding and depth but depends on the subject.
    idk use the internet to find out/
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    Which subject? GCSE? AS? A2?

    No where near enough information for us to help.
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    ever heard of the route method... or loci?
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    Mnemonic!

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    Memory techniques, google them, there's journey method, etc...

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    Thank you I will use this I think
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    Is there a mnemonic website somewhere.

    I think its a good idea but I get confused with mnemonics, if I' trying to remember a sentence, do I use the first letter of every word in the sentence to form a word?
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    (Original post by I can't fail!)
    Is there a mnemonic website somewhere.

    I think its a good idea but I get confused with mnemonics, if I' trying to remember a sentence, do I use the first letter of every word in the sentence to form a word?
    If you need to remember things quickly then try and clear your mind, make it your sole priority and repeat it to yourself until you can remember what you need without a prompt.

    Good luck.
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