3. Memorising your notes

IB History: 3. Memorising your notes

Memorizing information is key to success. There is no ‘quick fix’ to learning the material. You will need to commit information to memory at least five times before it will move from your short-term memory to be stored in your long-term memory.Here are some suggestions on strategies that could help you with this process.Rereading and reviewing your notes is critical. You need familiarity with the material in order...


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