Roman Room System
The Alphabet Technique
Roman Room System
The link method might very well be the most basic method of memorization of them all. Linking one thing to another is the kind of thing that everyone does to help them remember a list of things, and it’s one of the oldest and most instinctive memorization methods known. Suppose you were given a list of items to memorize and write down on paper exactly asit is, in proper sequence only, then will you succeed initially? Not many people can claim to do so, and even if some of the students are able to do so then it is seen by experience that they will not retain it even for a few hours.Try to form the mental images as vividly as possible.The color, the action, the gigantic size of the objects in your image and moreover the funny, illogical association between the objects will cast a lasting impression on your mind.
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