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Post by hmm00 on Thu Oct 18, 2007 2:45 am

Here are some tips on keeping those info in your head (at least until your exams are done:XD: ).

The following came from posts of members in the Unofficial BCNHS-SSC Boards.

  • Look for patterns, make up codes. -insignia_413
  • Singing -mae
  • Acronyms, funny/easy-to-remember words -b0tsy
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Post by schmaltzy on Sun Oct 21, 2007 6:56 am

(OT)exams over! and... sembreak na!!!(OT)

anyway...

how to remember words, formulas, solutions, equations you think are too big, many, complicated??

dizzy simple... don't go crazy over memorizing hundreds of equations when you can just actually memorize one where you can derive the other equations..

as for words... if acronyms can't help you... then you can whip up a story that that can help you remember.. ...

hope that helps...
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Post by hmm00 on Sun Oct 21, 2007 9:24 am

This is something mostly for the "visual" people...

See, sometimes what I do when I forget stuff is try to recall where I saw that certain statement, formula, term, illustration or whatever. For example, a page in a notebook or book, notes on the blackboard, something I wrote down on my arm, etc.

It doesn't work all the time but it helps. Especially when you're dealing with multiple choice or fill in the blanks or other types of tests wherein you just choose your answer from given terms. When it comes to identification/enumeration, this has like, probably a 10% success rate...or less.

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