11 Secrets to Memorize Things Quicker Than Others

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We learn things throughout our entire lives, but we still don’t know everything because we forget a lot of information. Bright Side will tell you about 11 simple memorizing tips that will help you remember everything and improve your memory.

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player 1 says:

I dont understand this!!

VINAY K. VENUGOPAL says:

Which is the background music?

Ramesh Masabinal says:

It's my request can you translate in Kannada please please….

Cosmic Crystal says:

I have my own way of recalling and memorizing things, and for me, it's quite effective yet simplistic. I go through my memory in alphabetical order, first I think "a, b, c…" And then I'll have a moment of rememberence where the word starts with whatever letter, and if I can't think of the word after that, then I just continue. After finding the first letter, I think of the correct letter for the next place. Even with more complex things I feel it has a good efficiency rate, like I'm able to memorize and recall even things I find mundane, with which I typically havd a problem recollecting otherwise. I think I'll stick to my way for now, I don't think these ways would be as effective for me.

sai parkar says:

Thanks Bright Side

Atharva Pandey says:

Excellent tips

Lal Bahadur Maurya says:

creat web in your mind

BONAGIRI SRIKANTH says:

Teach and test is also a tip

fanZo0ndfu says:

So im erasing my childhood to memories math

Paco Paco says:

Ok after 15-20min i'll look that video again than after 6h again and then after 24 again just to momorize the video how to memorize better

vasu chowdary says:

you mean to remember this important tips we have to watch the video now😃
after 15 to 20 mins again😁
again after 6 to 8 ours 😂
and again after 12 hours 😆
potatoo????✨😐✨//

Rozita Mustapa says:

the best time to memorize something is between 3-4 am. Just take a good 4 hours sleep and then wake up, start memorizing for about an hour. You can feel how easy memorizing is.

harshitsharma 980 says:

Accupressure

Richelle Afonso says:

really nice one

Helvetica says:

When your brain is filled with the founders era content and you're questioning whether or not there's room for anything else. This goes for Harry Potter, Fairy Tail and Naruto. Idek, but the pre Hogwarts, Fairy Tail and Konoha eras are just so good.

RAM NARAYANAN RAVI says:

Using pneumonics also helps a lot……………..😀😀😀😀😀😀

Esther Chibwe says:

Wish me luck I have 11+ today 😔😓

Syed Power says:

I have exam wish me luck plzz

Salah Almekawy says:

I love the memory a lot and I am at the age of forty, he taught medical science

Dad man says:

Hello the best results that ive ever had was by using the Magic Focus Plan (just google it) – without a doubt the most incredible info that I've seen.

iHeartBratayley says:

The brain on the right side of the thumbnail is the size of my brain all the time

Aziz Harki says:

if you want to memories something just write it on paper and hang it at your wall try to look at it everyday ..so it will get memorized

Joe S says:

I don't forget the stuff I already know…it's learning new stuff that's hard.

Jashley Aquino says:

Im tierd

daveypooh says:

Focus on what you are doing at THAT time.  Concentrate.  Don't be trying to do one thing (i.e. learning or studying) while "thinking" about something else. Don't multitask (doing a bunch of stuff) while trying to learn something.

Nida Nida says:

@All, before this video I am using one famous technique called SQ3R technique.

Irma Apriyani says:

I wrote down the experiences in my google calender almost every day. It works like my 'digital' journal. It makes me easier to recall things..

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