9 Scientific Ways to Remember What You Study

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1. Spaced repetition is going to help you remember more of what you study.

2. If you test yourself when you study you will find that you remember more of what you study. When we are studying if we can involve a test or vigorous review we will remember more.

3. Exercise is going to help you remember more of what you study. This will give a fresh and crisp brain when you are studying. Our brain is alert and fresh after exercise due to BDNF and it gives you a mental boost.

4. Sleep is going to help you remember more of what you study because your brain will replay what you learned during the day.

5. Trusting your memory will help you remember more of what you study. Too many people stay stuck when if they kept moving they would be surprised about how much they remember.

6. The Pomodoro technique is a time management technique that helps you remember more of what you study by taking breaks and staying focused.

7. Create an audio of what you are trying to remember so you can listen while you drive or exercise but not only record yourself saying the data you also want to record yourself reminding yourself of the memory cues to remember the data.

These are 7 of my 9 proven ways to remember more of what you study.

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  1. Sir, you are an inspiration, a mentor , a teacher..
    I have nothing but respect for you for gathering and sharing this knowledge based on true statistics and studies,
    Thank you so much.

  2. Ron, can you please make a video on how to study and remember something like a LAW, it's sections and it's amendments. Cause you're already doing such project anyways. Please make a video on this. And also how to gradually develop the brain after a cumulative brain fog over a time.

  3. I never knew someone already came up with these methods. This is what I do and this is what I taught other people in order to memorize lessons. Exa. Reading something and flipping the paper over and repeating what you learned. Studying after you've learned something. Studying again after a good night sleep. Taking breaks to relax your mind or doing something fun or recreational then go back and study. Also remembering where on a page and what page you read about a certain subject.

  4. Not bad… very helpful in fact… BUT (couldn't you just tell that it was coming?!) please don't, "Read off of paper!", because it's atrocious English ; try to, "read from a/the paper!", instead.
    That's enough grammar-NAZI for now! Bye!

  5. I’m going to start high school in a month and I really am glad I watched this video it will help me with studying because I’m really bad at studying so thank you 😊

  6. If you need like and positive comments, plz do speak clear and quite slow, then can understood entire universe what you going to tell, this time only my advice no like and comment, sorry

  7. cf 7.00: correct, the mistake between "recognizing" vs "memorizing". e.g. Pick-up a magazine you've read or your wife and that's been lingering in your house for a while, ask if you remember page 1, 2, etc. Sure, as you see the images you recognize them. Now ask what's on page 3. They won't be able the tell because they don't REMEMBER, but if you show them the page 3, they / you will RECOGNIZE the pictures there. The evolution of our human brain makes that RECOGNIZING is easy – recognizing a predator hiding in the bushes to eat us, recognizing how a ripe fruit looks like. But our MEMORY is kept as "light" as possible with only stuff we use often, the rest WAS balast and – it was really a trade off: a larger brain = more energy consuming brain and slower versus more claws/fangs/speed. A smaller brain is faster because the info physically doesn't have to travel as long – that's why it's so difficult to catch a fly or a bird. They have smaller brains, and can process data faster, so they see you coming a LOT faster and as if you were in slow motion, so they have plenty of time to duck/move and avoid you and for the bird move in a dimension humans are not so familiar with : it flies up and then eventually starts picking at you and every pick will be a very precise hit landing exactly where it will hurt you the most whilst distracting your big human brain with a flapping wing to the left, a flapping tail to the right and another wing at yet another place – your brain will be overexposed to data whilst you receive painful picks coming from a dimension you're not used to: above you, above and behind you – constantly landing picks right where it hurts and then it will throw in some claws or spores as a fighting rooster. So, our 4.5 million year old primate brain got us to where we are, but now it needs us to help it indicate what we want to remember and what memories is can destroy and recuperate neural paths/neurons etc for other more useful and immediate stuff it has to remember. Sven – Cognitive Sciences EU Erasmus+, Horizon2020 and the EU's Human Brain Project, digital education software, Spaced Repetition Software, Learning Mgt Software.

  8. came here right after creating my mind palace and got even more skills! I'm about to get a whole lot better at basically all the skills I'm trying to build right now!

  9. I failed my exam yesterday by one percent. I kept changing my correct answers because I was unsure. I got a second chance to pass,but this time I'll have to get 90%.This video will be very helpful I'll apply it all. Thank you so much. Stay blessed.

  10. I'd like to learn more about the relationship between exercise and mind/brain function. There are certain camps where guys will spar a round of boxing, immediately followed by a round of chess, which I believe is tapping into the same faculties to a tactical-strategic capacity.

  11. 1) Spaced repetition
    2) Test yourself while learning
    3) Leverage Excercise
    4) Leverage Sleep
    5) Trust your memory
    6) Use the Pomodoro technique
    7) Create an Audio
    9) Read off the paper

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