*RENU SINGH * (✩ §m!ℓ!ñġ €ม€§ fℓม!ñġ ђ♪gђ✩ ) 14 October 2014
Sathish M (Management Accountant) 14 October 2014
Thank you Renu ji for sharing your insights....!! Hope this will be helpful to someone or the other, in what ever way or in which ever modified form.
Santhosh Poojary (SIEMPRE AHÍ PARA TI) 15 October 2014
Very Nice article with unique technique....helping writeup for students.....
The best way to memorise anything is to assign meaning to it....this is while repetition is good for keeping information in your short term memory it does not often successfully encode the information into your long term memory which is where you want it...Assigning meaning means making up little rhymes to help memorise facts or it can mean actually thinking about information.... sound Sleep does help you to successfully store information in your long term memory....... I would prefer late nights ( not during exam days ) because it is quite and free from disturbance and time appears to be unlimited..each one has to decide which is the best time for study based on their experience to remember the things, they read after study,, However We cannot compartmentalise study timings.For some one late night reading will be good yet for others early morning is good...best wishes..!
*RENU SINGH * (✩ §m!ℓ!ñġ €ม€§ fℓม!ñġ ђ♪gђ✩ ) 15 October 2014
Sleep technique interesting ... Many ppl do it easily but I could never use it, as you either should be totally into it and must adhere to a pattern which is really hard for me. It's much more lyk lucid dream where you sleep but still don't sleep.
It happens in just 2 cases ....
1. Out of deepest interest in studies
2. Out of tension beyond the limit ....
I don't fall in both categories.