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This article is a detailed introduction into a grand modular category memory system. It does not use any kind of letter code and allows the user 100% control over the images and categories being used.
Remember all countries in Asia, Oceania and Africa and create a 2-digit memory system at the same time. Using the Wardrobe Method this system will become a number system of its own. You can use this list also as part of a larger 3-digit memory system or higher.
The Wardrobe Method is probably one of the most powerful memory techniques ever created. You can learn everything with it and even use your new knowledge as a new system on its own. Create large number systems for memory championships or build your own memory palace.
Remember all countries in America, Europe and the Middle East and create a 2-digit memory system at the same time. You can use this list also as part of a larger 3-digit memory system or higher.
This is another list of 100 images for a 2-digit system or as a wardrobe for a larger system. It doesn’t use any codification. Instead there are ten main categories with different sorts of food like fruit, vegetables, pastries, sweets and snacks.
This is a 2-digit memory system with 100 images encoding the elements, their position in the periodic table and their main application. It can be used as a system on its own or added up with other wardrobes to a 3-digit system.
If you are seriously trying to improve your memory, you should understand how the basic function of memory works. Mnemonic technicians throughout history used varies methods to drastically increase their memory.
The PAO Memory System is a very popular technique for memorizing numbers and cards: With three lists of 100 persons, 100 actions and 100 objects you can encode a 6-digit number or 3 cards into one image-cluster.
If you have ever wondered how to solve the Rubik’s Cube, I have not only the answer for you but also a sweet way to memorise the entire algorithms needed. You will learn a beginner method for the cube which will lead you to solve it. This is not a tutorial for speedcubing.
Using memory techniques can get complicated when you want to memorize a lot of different information. Memory godfather Tony Buzan came up with the idea of putting your major system into a matrix and stretching it that way up to 10.000 combinations. Frank Gazerro is...
It’s been quite a while since my last episode of How to become a Memory Champion. The last time I introduced you to the disciplines where you have to memorize random words. Today we will have a look at the discipline Historic/Future Dates.
Each memory athlete has to learn and train one to several memory systems. In most cases they have at least 100 peg words. If they are really ambitious they go for even bigger systems with up to thousands of pegs. A great software to support memorizing those pegs would be the free Mnemosyne Flashcard Program.
In the previous episodes of How to become a Memory Champion you learned all about the basic techniques of a memory athlete. From now on you will be introduced into the championship disciplines. We will start with two of the easier ones: Speed Words and Random Words.
In the fifth episode of How to become a Memory Champion you will be introduced to binary digits. Understand the logic behind ones and zeros and learn how to memorize them. With that knowledge you can enter another main discipline in a memory championship.
This article explains several techniques about how to memorize a deck of cards in an incredible time. At memory championships Speed Cards is the ultimate memory discipline.
Learn how to memorize numbers with the Major System. It is a powerful memory technique which is used by the majority of mental athletes. Since it is based on a phonetic system, you will easily memorize all the images and go on to use it in action. But you must be careful: It will blow your mind!
Good results at memory championships depend on doing things correctly. In this article you will learn about common mistakes and how you can handle a championship as a participant to maximize your overall score.
It is time for the second chapter of How to become a Memory Champion. The last time we spoke about the method of loci, with which we created an Elephant Path. Today we will talk about how to use it and create a story worth remembering. It is all about the right associations. Learn what you should do and what you should leave out.