For students who are taking classes of similar subjects, it can sometimes occur that information from the different classes gets mixed up. One way to solve this is by studying for each class in a different room. However, it is important to remain consistent with this. If you study for class A in one room, you should always study for that class in the same room. When you're recalling information on a test, you can focus on just the material that you studied in a particular room instead of trying to figure out what material went with which class.
When you are trying to learn something new and you want to remember it, associate with something you already know. For instance, let's say you are learning a new phone number, remember it by thinking of a similar phone number. You have a better chance of keeping new information this way.
To supplement your memory, try to rehearse or relate what you want to remember with things you already know. If you associate short term memory with something you thoroughly know, you will better remember things and even accelerate the process of turning short term to long term memory.
With all that you've learned in this article you should start feeling more confident on ways to improve your memory. You want to try to the best of your ability and try out all of the tips from this article as well as learn new tips and try those out as well, if you do this, success should follow.
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