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Are you a forgetful person or are you able to remember small details?
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Are you a forgetful person or are you able to remember small details?
I'm usually good at remembering small details, which I think is why I find it easier to revise things like statistics rather than whole concepts.
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It really depends. Subject-wise, I'm great at remembering small, arcane things, but if someone tells me something about their life then it's forgotten in a matter of hours.
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I have the long term memory of a fly
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I seem to be brilliant remembering all the big and small details of bad things but forget good things:facepalm:

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I seem to be brilliant remembering all the big and small details of things that are good but nobody in my family really seems to care about. :sad:
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I m dyslexic so my short term memory is pretty bad but my memory for details of things that happened ages ago is great.
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Um. Well... let's just say whenever my boyfriend says "don't you remember?" or "I told you this already" I have a photo of Dory (Finding Nemo / Dory) ready to go as a response.
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stefano865 !
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(Original post by Supernova91)
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Long term amazing.

Short term not that great.

Small details generally very good.

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Both, in different circumstances. Names and dates go in one ear and out the other. Biochemical stuff, MTG cards, and other interesting things tend to go in one ear and get stuck in my brain, never to escape.
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