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To memorize something, figure out what learning style works best for you. You can be an auditory, visual or tactile learner. If you’re more of an auditory learner, try repeating whatever it is you want to memorize out loud to yourself over and over again. Or, you can listen to a recording of it on repeat. Alternatively, if you’re a visual learner, try creating images using the information you’re trying to memorize, or rewriting your notes several times. You can also color code a hard copy of the information using highlighters so it’s easier to learn. On the other hand, if you’re a tactile or kinesthetic learner, try using physical objects, like flashcards, stickers, and paper cut-outs. Additionally, you can act out whatever it is you’re trying to memorize so it sticks in your mind better.
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