Association with Personal Experiences

Experience and Memorisation: Incorporating Effective Routines in Personal Life

  • Use Sensory Cues: Utilise sensory cues, such as scents, music, or textures, to create an environment that enhances focus and memory during learning.
  • Use Visual Imagery: Harness the power of visual imagery by visualising information as vivid mental images, making it easier to recall.
  • Daily Reflection: Set aside time each day to reflect on your experiences, learnings, and observations, reinforcing memory consolidation.
  • Mindful Learning: Practice mindfulness during learning activities to enhance focus, attention, and memory retention.
  • Active Recall: Engage in active recall exercises, such as quizzes or summarising key points, to strengthen memory retrieval.
  • Spaced Repetition: Review information at intervals, spacing out study sessions to reinforce long-term memory storage.
  • Interleaving: Mix up different topics or skills during study sessions to promote deeper understanding and memory retention.
  • Mnemonic Devices: Employ mnemonic techniques, such as acronyms or visual associations, to aid in remembering complex information.
  • Memory Palaces: Use the method of loci or memory palaces, associating information with specific locations in a familiar environment, to enhance recall.
  • Regular Brain Exercises: Engage in activities that challenge the brain, such as puzzles, games, or learning new skills, to promote overall cognitive function and memory.