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Question Tips on How to Memorize Things Quickly - The Ultimate Efficiency

Tips on How to Memorize Things Quickly - The Ultimate Efficiency

Do you have a short space of time in which to learn a lot of information? Maybe you are preparing for an exam. Or, are you trying to get the most out of your time so it can be spent in more fun areas. Try following these simple tips on how to memorize things quickly.

Break It Down

Break down the concepts so much that you can teach them to a ten year old child. If this is not possible then at least break down those tasks that look like mountains at the moment into small actionable bite-sized chunks that you can start working on as soon as possible.


If you are cramming a lot of information into your brain in a short space of time, try and get relaxed first. Meditate or if you are not into that then just listen to the breath entering and leaving your body. You need to be as relaxed as you can whilst taking information in as a disorganised mind will lead to disorganised memories.


If you only have a limited amount of time in which to remember these things then you must concentrate as much as possible on whatever the task is that you are now doing. If you do not concentrate, your memories will be fuzzy.

Plan It Out

Especially if you only have a short time, you should make a plan. This will allow you to make sure that everything important gets done. It also shows you when you are getting off track and are doing something counterproductive. Do not forget to schedule breaks because your brain is like a muscle and needs rest as well as strain so that it can eventually become stronger.


Use Paretos' principle. This principle states that 80% of your results come from 20% of your actions and vice versa. Therefore you must concentrate all your efforts on the 20% and try and pass on or eliminate the rest.

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