Do you remember the memory test a week or so ago? If you feel you need to improve your memory, take a look at these nine excellent tips here – from a Grand Master of Memory, Ed Cooke.
I think coming up with a narrative works really well. Oh yes, and using your imagination, too. One of my favourite sayings is, “You need to use it or you’ll lose it!”.
Do you have difficulty in memorising passwords? This short video clip (link to: memorise.org) has some valuable information for you. But it’s top secret, so beware!
If you’d like to see how good your memory is, watch this short video clip (link to: telegraph.com) and then scroll down the page to answer the questions.
If you remembered 10 – 15 objects in order, you’re average. 13 – 16 objects means you’re above average. And if you remembered more than 16, you’re great.
Are you good at retrieving information from your short-term memory? Do this test (link to: labinthewild.org) to find out and then see how your performance compares to others. It only takes just under 10 minutes to do, and has been designed to help researchers understand how short-term memory works.
Since my school days, my short-term memory has always been better than my long-term memory, so I don’t find tests like this one SO difficult! 😉