Mnemonics

Mnemonics is a science as well as art to memorise what you study or read.

With the Science of Mnemonics, you can memorise the list of several items in Forward Order, Reverse Order and also in Random Order just within few Seconds!!

With the science of Mnemonics you can Memorise this 50 digit number in forward order and reverse order both in just few Seconds!!

Application of Mnemonics

A wide range of Mnemonics are used for an even wider range of different purposes. The most commonly used Mnemonics are those for lists, numerical sequences, and foreign-language acquisition

For lists

A common Mnemonics for remembering lists is to create an easily remembered acronym or taking each of the initial letters of the list members, create a memorable phrase in which the words with the same acronym as the material. Anyone can create their own mnemonics to aid the memorisation of novel material.

Some common examples for first letter Mnemonics:

To memorise the colours of the rainbow: the phrase "Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain" - each of the initial letters matches the colours of the rainbow in order (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet). Other examples are the phrase "Run over your granny because it's violent" or the imaginary name "Roy G. Biv".

For numerical sequences

Mnemonics phrases or poems can be used to encode numeric sequences by various methods, one common one is to create a new phrase in which the number of letters in each word represents the according numerical. For example, the first 15 digits of the mathematical constant pi (3.14159265358979) can be encoded as "Now I need a drink, alcoholic of course, after the heavy lectures involving quantum mechanics".

Benefits of Mnemonics

With the help of Mnemonics one can do following things just in few seconds. The main benefits from Mnemonics are:

• Study Less, Score More.

• Memorise a List of several items.

• Memorise Long Pages Answers.

• Memorise Long Digit Numbers.

• Memorise Math's and Science's Formulas.

• Memorise Periodic Table.

• Memorise Chemical Reactions.

• Memorise History, Political Science, Geography etc.

• Memorise Dates, Events, Places, Names & Faces etc.

• Memorise Many Years of Calendar.

• Right Brain Development.

• Develop Long Term Memory.

• Increase your concentration in studies.