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how to memorize biology/chemistry notes or text instantly and never forget

Discussion in 'Psychology [Psy.D. / Ph.D.]' started by undergrad13, Sep 10, 2017.

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  1. undergrad13

    undergrad13 2+ Year Member

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    Currently I'm doing rote memorization to read and study it. This method has been so Tiring and time consuming. Is there a method out there that is more effective and efficient that rote memorization. I try to read and be able to remember but I end up forgetting and needing to keep reviewing which takes more time. Link method and journey method isn't for me and I wasted so much time trying to use it in my study. Same goes for the method of loci. I'm looking for a way to read my notes, memorize instantly and remember it all forever.
    My goal is to read so much books on biology physics and chemistry. But I can't seem to remember it all after I read a passage
     
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  3. erg923

    erg923 Psychologist-Health Insurance Operations 10+ Year Member

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    What going on with you, man? This is the third time we are doing this.
     
  4. undergrad13

    undergrad13 2+ Year Member

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    I need some help advice
     
  5. PsychPhDStudent

    PsychPhDStudent 7+ Year Member

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    You need to speak with your professors or go to the tutoring center or something. This is more in the personal help domain than the purpose of this forum.
     
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    AcronymAllergy Neuropsychologist SDN Moderator 7+ Year Member

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