Strategies to Improve Long-Term Memory for Learning

Memories are often unstable, they decay as soon as they form. We cannot count memories since more than half what we experience become inaccessible to the brain within an hour. Therefore, it becomes imperative for us to continuously review every piece of new information that we process.

Neuroscience has proved that memories gradually get weaker and decay with time. However, the “decay” can be considerably lessened if the information is reviewed from time to time. The ideal time to review is when one is about to forget that information.

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