Medical Terminology by the Mnemonic Story System


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Dom for the techniques, mine for the palaces and journeys. I suggest memory palacing the key stuff by page then mind mapping more for summarising and indexing the most crucial or difficult to recall things. My technique: read the book first with the active reading technique. Than you make qoustions out the notition.

I like to make donkey bridges and make image from that.

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The image i place on a door of on a window with the loci technique. And if i can answer all the quostions, i read the book again with the active reading technique, to see if i miss someting. After this you go see documentrys, you go bring the knowledge in practise, and do someting with the new knowledge like expanding. Good luck. Hello Bruno, stumbled onto this thread whilst trying to get some ideas about memorizing textbooks.

Previously I used Freeplane mind mapping software…but having downloaded your xmind2anki I think I may be switching over to xmind. What a useful program, thank you. Matthew, did you have any success with the ZOX system?

I stumbled across it and after reading the reviews I thought it is a scam. I had to do this once. I was on a law diploma course on my only day off and worked fourteen hours a day on the other six days. Some people suggested above that you use the Dominic system. I used this system and would have to agree with them.

The reason was that it is a system for four digit numbers and law is taught with up-to-date text books. Given that, all the dates are going to be years of Acts of Parliament or the equivalent where you live. All of which contain four numbers. All I did was to use the law-book, flip to the back and hey presto!

The reference pages. I memorized a list of words. The definitions are with the words but, I learned the words first. If you do the same, what you will find is that some of them will already be familiar and you might not bother with these. If you do that, these are the ones you will forget and make you stressed out by getting the tip-of-the-tongue syndrome. Concentrate on the name alone and memorize it. Each subject will have one or two hundred. Then, use other locations already numbered using the Dominic System.

Make it from say - to account for future statutes. You can fill these in as you go along. Some dates will be empty locations except from the year number. You will use them in time as you come across other acts. Case law. In Britain, case law always contains the names of two people.


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Like Donoghue v. Number these using the Dominic System. Have a journey for each of these things. If you are studying at degree level, it would need a lot of locations. Five hundred is a reasonable amount. Acts of Parliament - locations. Case law - locations. Many of these locations will be empty, except the words and their definitions.

In Britain, a lot of the terms are Latin. The locations for Acts of Parliament and case law can be added to at will. If you work on getting these locations ready, you can memorize them during the class. Just go to the date location in your head when the teacher mentions it and listen.

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You are given a new law, statute or whatever. You will be given the name of the act and a date. Immediately you know the location from that date.

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Go to that location in your mind. The teacher will explain the law of this act. You already have them in your head. Now, you will have, a date in a location and a definition you have added to it. Not the whole definition, just the key word image you used when you memorized the index. At some point in the class, prior to the end, the teacher will give you the name of the Act of Parliament. Since this may be long, you can memorize this when you get home. Go over what you learned at the class immediately after or at the nearest opportunity.

The sooner you do this, the better. Often, the longer name for the Act of Parliament will already have been made into a mnemonic by the college so, just take that and put it into the appropriate date location. If not, make a mnemonic from the words. As has already been pointed out to you, memorizing the entire book verbatim is not necessary.

If you memorize a small amount of information, it will trigger other information that you already associate with it.

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So, to me, if you said Donoghue v. Stevenson famous contract case law in Britain I would immediately know you were referring to the case of the snail in the ginger bottle. All other relevant facts, if you have read about them, will come to mind. All you actually need is a trigger. A guide to show you where in your brain your imagination was when you first heard the story. Yes, of course. But, you would remember a lot more than the title, you would remember a great deal about the story because it is already familiar. This is why memorizing every word in every page is pointless.

The index of words is already in alphabetical order. This makes it easier again. The dates, if you order them as I have suggested, will have the same effect.

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