The storage champion Matteo Salvo offers five tips to fast in mind what you study and thus have more free time to put to use!
Going back to school can be a blow, especially considering the amount of study that lies ahead for the next nine months.
Yet, as in all things, just have a minimum of method and matters are resolved more easily: the study, for example, is crucial to prepare for (there are no other ways to learn!), But it is the quality of it to make a difference, and not the time taken.
Stay on the books for hours thinking about something else is, for example, the best way to waste time and do not remember anything the question of the day!
The King of memory gives us some advice
Matteo Salvo, holder of the Guinness World Record for the memory, means a lot of techniques to make the most of their power of recollection (he also wrote a book, Studying is a breeze, published Feltrinelli) and has developed five basic points on which a student can construct his school’s fortunes:
1. Transforming the tasks in a game
The first thing to do is to associate the learning time in pleasant emotion: the tasks can also be a game!
Yes, it seems impossible, but try to look at it from a different perspective, perhaps putting you with mom and dad and playing who finishes first!
2. Let taped while repeat the lesson
To be filmed while exposing the notions just studied then lets meet again and be able to correct those breaks or inter layers that make less fluent speech. In addition, it can be very fun!
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3. We learn to study “to explain”
A good strategy to become more autonomous and safe oral exposition is to stop studying to learn. A contradiction? No, a strategy!
Easier to imagine explaining the lesson to someone who does not know it, so you figure out whether the terms have been internalized. By doing so, even without realizing it, he will remain all in your head
4. Provide a parallel diary
It is essential to have a journal that does not follow the classic trend of the tasks deadlines. The trick is then to study the materials on the same day in which new topics have been explained. The learning will be much faster. Tiresome? A bit, but just get organized.
5. Starting from the end
When you start to study a new subject, the best thing is the last page, the one with the map of the lesson and challenge questions: this helps to better select the things that should be highlighted.
Of course, the process requires commitment, but the greatest concentration will be rewarded by faster apportionment and therefore more free time without having to go back on corny arguments even three or four times!