The Ultimate Memory Handbook for Students

Editor | Non-fiction

An easy and practical guide to improving memory, The Ultimate Memory Handbook (Rs 250) is written by well-known authors Aditi and Sudhir Singhal. The book is especially curated for students and will help them ace their curriculum through some ultimate memory enhancing tips and techniques.

With over 300 examples from the present syllabus, the book covers a wide range of relevant topics and subjects, such as mathematical formulas, the times table, periodic table, learning a foreign language, improving vocabulary, general knowledge facts, and dates and events. The book also features visual aids and artwork that complement and support the methods being taught and is an absolute must-have for school students, teachers and parents.

Retaining information can be hard, especially when you have so many things to focus on-your homework, the rigorous school syllabus and the ever-dreaded competitive exams. Today, students just have too much to learn!

This book will serve as a handbook for you to memorize information, topics and answers from your course of study. Using memory-enhancing practices and techniques along with tips, activities and practice sections, you can train you’re your brain to retain a wide range of topics and subjects. From the periodic table to trigonometry, history dates to countries and their capitals, master it all with these practical techniques, supported by some quirky and fun artwork that serves as a great visual aid.

About the authors

Aditi Singhal and Sudhir Singhal, founders of Dynamic Minds Group, are international memory trainers, mathematics educators, authors and motivational speakers. They have to their credit the Guinness World Record for teaching the largest maths class. Aditi has also been given the Best Memory Trainer award by the India Book of Records and has been featured in The Limca Book of Records thrice for memory and fast calculation. Together, Aditi and Sudhir have authored three bestselling books, How to Become a Human Calculator?, How to Memorize Anything and How to be a Mathemagican.

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