How to remember using mnemonic devices.
A mnemonic device is memory technique that helps you memorize lists and material more effectively.Many types of mnemonics exist and which type works best is bound by the imagination of each individual learner.
In this video, I use a mnemonic device in which your body is used as props in order to help you memorize.
The same order of locations can be used for any type of list or material.
In this example, I memorized ten major organs of the human body.
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