If You Can't Remember It, You Didn't Learn It

For anyone involved in the new learning situation, or who plans to soon re-enter a new learning situation. This article is appropriate for students of all ages. It is also for anyone who hears themselves occasionally saying, “I have a bad memory”. All learning is dependant upon your ability to make information memorable and then to be able to retrieve it when it is needed. This article sets the record straight about memory, and also provides some good basic strategies. The news is, barring some organic problem, YOU CANNOT HAVE A BAD MEMORY!!

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