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There's an easy way to remember blood flow through the heart. Discover the best blood flow mnemonic with additional learning tips now.
Kolb's learning styles provide a cycle of learning that's easy to understand and use. Learn his study cycle model and get more learning tips.
As with aphantasia, people are anxious to turn paracosm into a disease. But what if building a paracosm circle could help you learn faster?
Learning how to remember insulins of each type, including onset, peak times and duration is fun and easy. This tutorial shows you how.
Tony Buzan's Self-Enhancing Memory Master Matrix is a clever way of memorizing numbers and other information. Learn it now with examples.
The Pimsleur Method divides people who misunderstand how to optimize Paul Pimsleur's method. Read this and you'll learn how to make it work.

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ABOUT ANTHONY METIVIER


Anthony Metivier is the founder of the Magnetic Memory Method, a systematic, 21st century approach to memorizing foreign language vocabulary, names, music, poetry and more in ways that are easy, elegant, effective and fun.

Dr. Metivier holds a Ph.D. in Humanities from York University and has been featured in Forbes, Viva Magazine, Fluent in 3 Months, Daily Stoic, Learning How to Learn and he has delivered one of the most popular TEDx Talks on memory improvement.

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