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Do you love sesquipedalian sentences?
Would you like to build a cyclopean vocabulary?
Are you overwhelmed by aureate stemwinders ?
If you answered “huh” to any of the above questions, you’ve come to the right place!
AchieversPoint.com always follows the path of innovation. What we learn today, other adopt tomorrow. In the extension of that series here we are introducing how to “Win Over Words” i.e. “WOW Technique” to learn High Frequency Words. Which is giving stupendous results in exam. Applying “Wow Technique” you can memorise 100 Words Only in One Hour.
What is Memory?
Memory is the retention of, and ability to recall, information, personal experiences, and procedures (skills and habits).
It is connection of new picture/thoughts/information with the picture/thoughts/information which already stored in brain/mind.
Subjectivity in remembering involves at least three important factors:
>> Memories are constructions made in accordance with present needs, desires, influences, etc.
>> Memories are often accompanied by feelings and emotions.
>> Memory usually involves awareness of the memory (Schacter 1996).
How our brain works?
let us understand the structure of the brain of a human being……..
Left brain generally governs the use of language, mathematical computation and other orderly conceptual or abstract analysis. The right brain is generally superior in tasks involving spatial relationships, activities involving visualization and movement and skills such as mechanical ability.
Therefore ,as much as we try to memorise words by way of associating it and making it ridiculous, greater opportunity we we’d have to learn, maintaining the genuine sense of the world.
The New Science Of Memorising Words
“Amazing book! A Scientific approach., I’ve been wanting to memorise words for a while now. After reading your book, I now understand that it is entirely possible to do and that the way I learn now is just a bad habit that needs to be broken.”
-Arpan, IIPM, New Delhi, India
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