Mnemonics tools - useful memory tricks

Associate a visual image with a word or name to help you remember them better. Positive, pleasant images that are clear, colorful, moving, and three-dimensional will be easier to remember.
To remember the name lily Parks and what she’s known for, picture a woman sitting on a park bench surrounded by lilies, waiting as her bus pulls up.
Make up a sentence in which the first letter of each word is part of or represents the initial of what you want to remember.
The sentence “Nothing is good and nothing is bad” to memorize the lines of the treble clef, representing the notes N, I, G, A, N, I and B.
An acronym is a word that is made up by taking the first letters of all the key words or ideas you need to remember and creating a new word out of them.
The word “HOMES” to remember the names of the Great Lakes: Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior.
Rhymes and Alliteration
Rhymes, alliteration (a repeating sound or syllable), and even jokes are a memorable way to remember more facts and figures.
The rhyme “Thirty days hath September, April, June, and November” to remember the months of the year with only 30 days in them.
Chunking breaks a long list of numbers or other types of information into smaller, more manageable chunks.
Remembering an 11-digit phone number by breaking it down into three sets of numbers: 432-555-1230(as opposed to4325551230).
Method of loci
Loci method means Imagine the items you want to remember along a route you know well or in specific locations.
 For buying vegetables, think Cabbage in your gate, radish hanging in front your door, potatoes in your hallway and so on.

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