When it comes to studying, students have different strategies, habits, and ways of tackling that big test coming.
Having studied one of the hardest university degrees to pursue, Chloe Hung is no newbie when it comes to studying hard and fast. As such, she imparted the wisdom, lessons, and learnings she gained studying the four-fold degree of Actuarial Science to students in an article published by SheSavvy.
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In this helpful blog catered not only for students but for those who wants to improve their memory as well, Chloe Hung, author of the book, Strength in Numbers: An In-Depth Look at Actuarial Science for Math Enthusiasts, enumerated the steps on how to train yourself to remember more effectively:
- Acquisition– this is the first stage of memory formation using interest and focus.
- Consolidation– this is where acquired new information and old information fall into places.
- Retrieval– this is where tips for improving your memory come to fruition.
This student handy article titled ‘Improve Your Memory to Reduce Study Time’, Chloe also shared other tips, tricks, and tools to improving memory such as using acronyms, rhymes and visual images.
According to Chloe, “Generally speaking, most of the tips for improving memory fall under the common sense rules. If you pay closer attention to something, then your mind will focus on it and you will automatically commit more of it to memory.”
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Great and helpful tips for students! Kudos, Chloe!
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