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In this episode of the Magnetic Memory Method Podcast, you’ll discover how to use a Memory Palace to store mnemonic associative imagery for numbers and formulas.
Because that will enable you to recall any mathematical term of formula you could possible desire.
You’ll also hear some fun and interesting mnemonic examples featuring nuns, pyramids and Pythagoras’s abs!
Why would you want to use such weird associations?
It has to do with the power of elaborative rehearsal and spaced repetition paired with the Major System.
The Skills You Need To Memorize Any Formula
Once you’ve mastered those memory techniques, it’s important to make sure that you are memorizing the right formula.
For example, in how to memorize a textbook, I gave a perfectly good mnemonic example, but the formula I was given was incorrect.
I’m mentioning this because paying attention is the number one skill, a point memory expert Harry Lorayne has drilled his readers on for decades.
Assuming you’re memorizing the correct formulas in the right configuration, you can also explore techniques that will help you deal with symbols and letters. These include:
Then, if you’re interested in learning more, check out my full course on how to memorize everything related to math.
So what do you say?
Has this episode of the Magnetic Memory Method Podcast helped inspire and educate you about memorizing formulas?