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HOW TO REMEMBER EQUATIONS AND FORMULAE and GCSE version now availabl

HOW TO REMEMBER EQUATIONS AND FORMULAE (and the GCSE adaptation) by Phil Chambers and James Smith are now available on Apple’s iTunes bookstore:
animalwaves
May 18, 2014
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HOW TO REMEMBER EQUATIONS AND FORMULAE now available in a Kindle edi

on Amazon.com here:
animalwaves
May 5, 2014
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HOW TO DEVELOP A BRILLIANT MEMORY by Dominic O'Brien now available f

http://www.amazon.com/How-Develop-Brilliant-Memory-Week-ebook/dp/B00H145OMW/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=1-1&qid=1391632078
animalwaves
Feb 5, 2014
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animalwaves
Nov 11, 2013
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animalwaves
Nov 11, 2013
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How to Remember Equations & Formulae‏

How long would it take for you to remember pi to 15 decimal places: 3.14159265358979? Wouldn't it be easier to remember the phase, "How I need a drink,
animalwaves
Oct 20, 2013
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Dorset Brain Club (UK)

Are there any people who want to startup a Dorset Brain Club?
andrea
Sep 14, 2013
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A phonetic dictionary

Hello All, I'm new here. I've just started the Major System and am working on combining that with the PAO system in cards. In so doing, it occurred to me that
empiricalzen
Mar 30, 2013
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Person-Action-Object: sound, multi-object associations, complicated

Hi all, For those with substantial experience in using a PAO memory system, can you comment on any of the below themes? 1) auditory memories: the actions
tyeenglacier
Mar 30, 2013
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Help the beginner

Hello, I've recently discovered the beauty of the memory. And I want to try to use mine to the fullest. I want to learn the most usefull technique's out
danielgreenage
Mar 30, 2013
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steviehullyyy
Mar 6, 2013
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Re: Poor Visual Imagery

Hi, I am guessing registering to drawing or painting class would help; photography even. That'd help you develop a sense for visual details. Hope that help.
Etienne Benoît Roesch
Feb 24, 2013
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Re: Poor Visual Imagery

I think I am the same way, but it does not interfere really with being able to use visual mnemonics.  I have heard of exercises where one looks at a slightly
Terry Brown
Feb 3, 2013
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Poor Visual Imagery

Hello I have been trying to figure out the best way to improve visual imagery. When I try to imagine things I only see a vague impression and can't keep
lucullus50
Feb 3, 2013
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spam

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Martin N
Feb 1, 2013
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