How to Improve Memorisation during Final Exams
Heike Verhoef - 22 Jan 22
By the time you’ve reached the end of this post, you likely won’t remember it all... Unless you implement these easy practices for improving your memorisation. Our brains can store a countless amount of information - around the equivalent of three million hours of TV shows. That’s pretty epic, right? You can enhance your memory and improve information retention by making a few study- or even lifestyle changes. When you find yourself asking how to study for final exams, keep these dorKk-approved tricks in mind when you do revision and preparation. dorKk is a curriculum aligned online learning platform designed to supplement your education and exam revision so that every learner can ace their exams. The dorKk e-learning platform has extra lessons for grades 1 to 3 and 10 to 12 lessons (with grades 4 to 9 coming soon!) for a variety of subjects presented by qualified and experienced teachers.
Engage in physical exercise
Use mnemonic devices
- BODMAS is an acronym used in mathematics to quickly and accurately recall the order of operations in algebra. Brackets, Orders, Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction)
- SvTOMPvI is used in Afrikaans FAL to help you remember the correct order of words when building sentences in Afrikaans