How To Learn And Memorize Math, Numbers, Equations, And Simple Arithmetic (Magnetic Memory Series)

  • Title: How To Learn And Memorize Math, Numbers, Equations, And Simple Arithmetic (Magnetic Memory Series)
  • Author: Anthony Metivier
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • How To Learn And Memorize Math Numbers Equations And Simple Arithmetic Magnetic Memory Series You Can Practically Steal These Simple Math Memory Tricks If you ve ever wanted to improve your ability to learn and memorize mathematical equations formula arithmetic and numbers by % % %
    You Can Practically Steal These Simple Math Memory Tricks If you ve ever wanted to improve your ability to learn and memorize mathematical equations, formula, arithmetic and numbers by 100% 200% 300% or using simple skills you can learn in under an hour or less , then this may be the most important book you will ever read How To Learn And Memorize Math Wi You Can Practically Steal These Simple Math Memory Tricks If you ve ever wanted to improve your ability to learn and memorize mathematical equations, formula, arithmetic and numbers by 100% 200% 300% or using simple skills you can learn in under an hour or less , then this may be the most important book you will ever read How To Learn And Memorize Math With Proven Strategies Guess what You re wasting time listening to the standard advice about learning math You can t continue with random acts of learning as you study simple math, calculus and statistics formulas at least not for long The truth is that learning math and remembering numbers can be incredibly simple You just need to know how.In How To Memorize Numbers, Equations And Simple Arithmetic, Anthony Metivier shows you everthing you need to develop the right skills, the right mindset and the right dedicated memorization strategy for memorizing any number or equation Plus you ll learn how to find the right tempo for studying math to match your background and personal interests.The key to learning and memorizing math is to follow a model You won t succeed without one And your best bet is to supplement that math learning model with strong memory skills Want To Eliminate The Pain and Frustration of Learning Math Most of the suffering caused by learning math comes from cognitive overload There is a way to remove this frustration from your life forever And If There Is A Quick Fix This Is It The information in this book will teach you Why memory techniques for math and numbers are like a bicycle everyone can ride with some minor personal adjustments The real reason why no one should ever be squeamish about memorization or learning math Sample examples and illustrations that will show you exactly how and why these memory techniques and strategies work Unique approaches that will have you literally tuning in on the math concepts and formulas you are studying so that you can memorize and recall them with ease Learn And Memorize Numbers, Equations And Formulas By The Dozens Memorizing formulas for arithmetic, calculus, physics and statistics is one of the greatest frustrations math learners face But using the Memory Palace and visualization secrets revealed in this book, you ll learn How to visualize any number so that it literally pops out in your mind whenever you look for it.How to use actors, other public figures and famous pieces of artwork to help you memorize math concepts, numbers and formulas.Simple strategies for practicing recall so that you are relaxed during exams and can easily recall everything you ve studied no matter how difficult The Best Ways To Learn And Memorize Math What s the secret to success with using this book to memorize all the mathematical formulas, equations and numbers that you need to excel at math It all starts with having a system for doing the necessary memorization activities As you probably know, it s getting harder and harder to find the time for learning anything, especially math That s why you need a proven plan for increasing your math knowledge The good news is it s not hard to improve your approach to learning math.

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    About Anthony Metivier


    1. Anthony Metivier is a Canadian author and Memory trainer His approach to mnemonics, known as the Magnetic Memory Method, has introduced several new innovations to the art of memory Influenced by memory skills innovators like Harry Lorayne and Tony Buzan, Metivier is a promoter of mental literacy.Born in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Metivier grew up in Kamloops He completed first a BA and MA in English Literature before completing an MA in Media and Communications at the European Graduate School Later, he completed a PhD and became the first person to hold a Doctorate in Humanities from York University.From 2009 2011, Metivier taught Film Studies in the Art History Department of the University of Saarland partly under the auspices of a Mercator research grant for the project, Elective Affinities Studien zu filmischen Adaptionen von Romanen und Erzhlungen mit Kunstbezug.


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    1. Not a bad little read. It brought together a couple different principles I'd already read up on, the memory palace and the major mnemonic system. It can't help you actually institute these, you have to make the effort to learn and apply, but it does give a good general grounding in both.

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    2. There's a lot of overlap between this book and others by Anthony Metivier, though that doesn't make it a bad book. Most of it is an explanation of how to use memory palaces to memorise *stuff* in general terms. There isn't a great deal about mathematics or equations. So it's a enjoyable read, though if you know anything about memory palaces already, you might found it a bit repetitive or redundant.

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