The rate at which individuals memorize something differs. Memory relies on the brain developing set patterns between cells and nerves. How fast these patterns develop not only varies from person to person, but it also ca... More »

As of 2014, research suggests that repeating something over and over again is not the best way to memorize it. Instead, step-by-step processes, such as saying the phrase out loud and drawing a picture of the phrase, help... More »

A letter, parcel or package of nearly any size can be delivered as quickly as overnight between any two cities in the continental United States. However, when sent via First Class mail, the same item could take up to thr... More »

An easy way to memorize the names of the 27 books of the New Testament is to break them down into four groups and learn each section separately. Putting the lists to music or a chant and reciting them can help, as can pl... More »

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Effective ways to prepare for a graduation exam include the student taking detailed notes, consulting others, extensively practicing and being willing to admit that he doesn't know something. If possible, the student sho... More »

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Some tricks to help bartenders memorize cocktail recipes include associating a drink recipe with something unrelated to make it more memorable, learning why a drink is made a certain way and using flash cards to regularl... More »

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Small-cell lung cancer differs from non-small cell lung cancer in several ways, including rate of growth, rate of spread, reaction to treatment and association with other syndromes, according to WebMD's eMedicineHealth r... More »

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