How to Pass Exams

How to Pass Exams

Accelerate your Learning, Memorise Key Facts, Revise Effectively

Book - 2003
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The World Memory Champion's fully updated memory tips for students of all ages. Dominic O'Brien, eight times World Memory Champion, outlines in simple language the steps you can take to increase your memory power and pass your exams with flying colours. Whether you are at school studying a foreign language or at university revising for an examination toward a degree, How to Pass Exams will show you the easy way to accelerated learning and help you achieve top grades in any subject. In this practical and accessible guide, Dominic O'Brien shares with you the secret of his amazing talents and offers you the key to success in your studies.
Publisher: London : Duncan Baird Pub., 2003.
Edition: Completely rev. and updated. --
ISBN: 9781904292395
1904292399
Characteristics: 251 p. :,ill.

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Feb 01, 2012

This is a great book - not just for students but for anyone wanting to improve their memory, mental organisation and recall skills.
The journey and loci aspects are the strongest points but I was already familiar with these. I was initially disappointed because I thought that some of the great ideas in this have been ripped off by other authors but on reflection perhaps none of these techniques can be claimed to be "owned" by any one person. I tried the master number memory system for a while but found memorising numbers this way too time-consuming. I'm hoping the PAO (person action object) approach will work better for me. Overall I prefer the approach of Oddbjorn By in "Memo" for memorising sets of dates but I found the last chapter of this book very clever and useful for smarter mathematical shortcuts.

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