Aditya Shukla, Cognition Today
Focus on locations and arrangements - we remember them better.
When you learn something, it starts to decay and wither away unless you repeat and rehearse it again a few times with time gaps.
Thinking deeply about your learning will improve recall.
Small groups of information are remembered better than many single items.
Saying things out loud improves recall.
Contextual knowledge helps you remember new information better.
Attempting to recall as "proof of memory" strengthens memory.