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    Default Tipps&Tricks for Intuitive People to learn better/ faster details?

    hello!

    do you know any methods how intuitive people can learn easier and faster facts and details???
    Its simple frustrating to try to concentrate on facts, to read and learn but hardly anything goes in your damn head!
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    Fit the facts into a story, a narrative, and a theoretical schema.
    A criticism that can be brought against everything ought not to be brought against anything.

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    lol we all hate to learn details as N's don't we? no easy way really. i agree with reason's method, attach analogies etc. to new terms, numbers you want to learn and make up a story. makes it more interesting.

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    A nice summary of techniques, though they charge:
    Accelerated Learning & Memory Improvement at Memletics.com - helping you learn faster


    Harry Lorayne is good at teaching pneumonic devices.

    Evelyn Wood is famous for her speed reading techniques.

    You can reduce math mistakes by simply looking at the mistakes, figuring out what the psychological cause was, and devising a system to outo-check or auto-correct yourself.

    All of these things take work, and deteriote if not practiced.

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    When I am in a lecture class, I always synthesize all the details one one powerpoint slide into one sentence of my notes, with all the most important information on it. Doing this helps me 1) stay awake in class and 2) learn the material well enough to extrapolate the details later on at exam time.

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    mneumonic devices help me. Or if I can find some way to relate to the details that helps. Also if I understand the big picture I can usually remember most details. Still have trouble with names. I'll know who I'm talking about but I can not remember that guy who invaded some country in some year I can remember either 2 but not 3 of those facts. Unfortunately I tend to get taken off points for making up a name in an essay question.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Narrative, explaining things to myself and short term memory cramming.

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