There are three ways to remember: rational, mechanical, and mnemonic. One of the most effective ways is considered reasonable. It is based on logic. You must understand what is at stake, explain it logically, and then quickly remember what you need. The mechanical method is nothing more than stuffing. You can use it if you cannot logically explain what is required. With the mnemonic way of memory, it is necessary to create a picture of what needs to be remembered. But whatever method you use, specific rules will help you quickly learn everything you need.
Start learning the material from the most challenging part. Leave what you think will be easy to understand for later.
Break the desired text into small chunks to make it easier to remember. After all, it is known that learning information is better a little than trying to “swallow” a large piece right away.
For better assimilation of the material, divide the process into four stages. In the beginning, look at the text you want. Then highlight the main idea. Next, repeat the most important a few times. Finally, plan the material to remember and repeat everything accordingly.
Studying is best done in the morning – from 7 to 12 o’clock. It is during this period that complex matter is best remembered and assimilated.
Alternate the study process with rest – learn the rules for 40 minutes and rest for 10 minutes.
Remember the rules, not in the order, they appear in the source, but randomly.
Try to use auditory, visual, and motor memory when memorizing information. So read aloud, look at the pictures and write down the text. You can also draw an associative sequence. Listening to information in audio recordings will also be very effective.