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  Regardless of whether you use Spaced Repetition Apps or not, you can’t deny that there is some controversy among language learners whether such programs are truly effective. Some people swear by it while others prefer more old-fashioned pen-centered strategies. It gets even better! Even among SRS enthusiasts, you can find different militant fractions. Some claim that Memrise is the

The post Here is why most Spaced Repetition Apps don’t work and how to fix it appeared first on The Universe Of Memory.

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I love how paradoxical the modern world is. You are just a click away from accessing almost every imaginable piece of information ever created. If you could acquire just some of it, you would be able to dominate almost every possible area of life. However, it seems like there is I love how paradoxical the modern world is. You are

The post Course-oriented thinking – Improve your knowledge coherence and create potential products at the same time appeared first on The Universe Of Memory.

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Listening comprehension is quite universally known to be one of the most, if not the most, demanding language skill. A lot of learners struggle for many years to be able to understand even 90% of a conversation. And it gets worse. The number of language learners who are capable of understanding almost every word they hear amounts to a few

The post Important Factors That Affect Your Listening Comprehension – The only two that matter IF you want to understand asap appeared first on The Universe Of Memory.

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I often talk about what effective learning methods are all about but I have almost never mentioned all the memory experiments I have run which have failed miserably. It might give you the impression that this is the knowledge which came to me easily. On the contrary. It was like wading through the puddle of crap to pick up something which seemed

The post Over 30 things you can learn from all my failed and successful memory experiments appeared first on The Universe Of Memory.

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Growing-up has to be one of the saddest things ever from the outside perspective. It’s like a backward evolution. You see how amazingly curious creatures turn into mindless corporate drones. You see how the pursuit of knowledge turns into the pursuit for money. I believe that curiosity and the power to create are the very things that can ward off

The post How to master many fields of knowledge – your action plan and recommended strategies appeared first on The Universe Of Memory.

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  Being creative is definitely of the superpowers of modern times. Alas, various TV series and movies have warped this amazing skill beyond recognition. There is always some charming and smug asshole who seems to deliver a brilliant solution after one glance at the piece of paper. I mean, how realistic is that? Being creative is a hard work and

The post Thinking Flashcards – Unleash Your Creativity With The Power of Spaced Repetition Programs appeared first on The Universe Of Memory.

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  Even though much has been written about how to use passive learning, i.e. reading and listening, in language learning, many language learners still puzzle over the following question, “How can I leverage it in order to speed up my learning progress?” This question is extremely important because the way you combine passive and active learning is actually the key

The post The Purpose Of Passive Learning – How And When To Use Reading And Listening To Speed Up Your Progress appeared first on The Universe Of Memory.

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  Nootropics are certainly one of those things that capture your imagination. You pop a pill and everything becomes clear. You are more vigilant, more observant. Sure, three months down the road you start resembling a patient with a full-blown neurological disorder. You catch yourself scratching your arms nervously while your eyes twitch. And if your pill is nowhere to

The post What To Do Instead of Nootropics In Order To Maximize Your Brain Power Permanently appeared first on The Universe Of Memory.

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We are certainly walking paradoxes. We all want to do something big and be successful. Unfortunately, very often we get stuck in the rut or in the mode of learned helplessness. We just lie there in a puddle of our tears and weakness. Every now and then when someone passes us by, we cast them a most imploring look with a

The post The Impossible Tuesday – Your Day To Overcome All The Excuses and Prove How Tough You Are appeared first on The Universe Of Memory.

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Choosing the right learning methods has always been one of the most daunting tasks for most language learners. No wonder. Around every corner, you can find yet another popular learning strategy. But how do you know it’s effective? Is it actually based on any real science? Most people can offer you just their opinions. I am here to show you

The post The Goldlist Method – A Scientific Critique And Why It’s a Waste of Time appeared first on The Universe Of Memory.

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