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Learning How To Code With Memory Techniques

Imagine forgetting to place a comma and as a result a whole computer program didn't work. Well... welcome to the world of coding! It takes a lot of writing and coding in order for websites, apps, and programs to work. I have decided to learn how to code and see if memory techniques can help me learn to code a lot faster! I coded once and it was super frustrating when you forgot a comma and the program didn't work, but also you have a lot of commands and structures to remember. Let's see...

How To Memorize A Deck of Cards

Memorizing a deck of cards is the most famous memory demonstration of memory techniques! Most people have no idea on how to memorize a deck of cards and that's why this is a great party trick, but also a great exercise for your memory. You learn how to increase your memorization sped and how to picture images quickly which can be applied to any information you want to... read more

Test Your Knowledge With Practice Problems/Examples

If you think you can just learn the material from a book and understand the material, you are dead wrong! You have only see the material presented in one way (from the book). Chances are you will be tested on the material in school or at a job in a way different then the book. How do you prepare for that then? Practice problems/examples. These are the key... Read more\

Memory Challenge #18: Memorizing The Greek Alphabet

It's time for a new memory challenge, and we are revisiting Greece again with the Greek Alphabet! I always wanted to learn the Greek Alphabet so I could have a secret language I could write in. This memory challenge combines symbols, sounds, and letters. It is the trifecta...read more

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Learning And Passing The MCAT: My MCAT Score

The MCAT was one of the hardest test I have even taken especially since I didn't know about 90% of the information on the test! I wasn't expecting to do great on the MCAT, but my score was horrible haha I have never been so confused for 5 hours! I need to take the test initially to know where I currently stand, and now I need to go through the book and learn all the... Read more

Memory Challenge #17 Completed: Recalling Logical Fallacies

Now I remember how fun logical fallacies can be! Ever since I learned logical fallacies, I always see people or advertisements using them to try and prove a point. Logical fallacies make things more fun and interesting. But now you what time it is... Time to show you... read more

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The MCAT Is...Back!

I am now ready to learn all the material in order to pass the MCAT! I don't plan to be a medical student or a student in college at all. I want to see if I can pass the MCAT with only using memory techniques and my current knowledge. I want to share with you the journey/progress as I go through the material. This is something no one has done who isn't going to the medical field. But I have to start at square one...

I made a video explaining what I am up to: Click here to watch.

Memorizing Names Memory Training: Week 2 Update

Week 2 started off fantastic! I managed to get to the next level in the training software, but the crazy part is I have only been training for 14 days ,and I managed to get a PB in those 14 days! Getting a better memory has nothing to do with training for hours upon hours a day. What I am doing, memorizing international names, is meant to show you how much you can improve ... Read more

The Holy Grail Of Memory: Insta Memory

Imagine this: Being able to memorize/learn everything you come in contact in without thinking about. How cool would this be? Would you learn all the information out there? This idea of insta memory sounds amazing, but the question is: Is it possible to have this type of memory? I talk about if... read more

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