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I’ve stressed from the start that successful study hinges on being honest with yourself, and in this case that means you have to decide how much you care about learning something that may not come naturally to you. Nobody else can do this for you, but if you can care enough, progress will quickly ensue. Short-term memory (STM) and long-term memory (LTM) Everyone’s memory is divided in this way. STM is a sort of notepad which handles all the stuff we need to remember for immediate, imminent, or temporary use; LTM stores all the information we truly know.

1 is that the curve it describes tends to remain roughly the same whatever the span of the horizontal axis. That is actually a ‘worst possible’ scenario: from experience I would argue that if you divide your work time into shorter, more ‘natural’ chunks, there is every chance that the retention curve will describe a more heartening rate of retention. With those things in mind, let us redesign your two hours. Instead of that dutiful, monolithic 120-minute slog, why not divide the time into four sections of 25 to 30 minutes, in keeping with those timetable rhythms?

It can work, but it’s more probable that the information will skate across the surface and disappear. Writing it down is much better. For a start, more of your brain will be directly involved, because it will have to work your hand as well as absorb the visual material. Make sure, though, that you focus on what you write, otherwise the memory will vanish. Memory 39 If you can, make a game out of the information. It’s easier to remember a historical date if you can find a way to make the figure mean something else as well Let’s take the year of Charles II’s ascent of the throne as an example—the Restoration of 1660.

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