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 Saisuvidha Institute Of Personality Development & Career Awareness

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What is meant by memory skills?

      Memory is the ability to remember things. The process of memory involves both the recording of information as well as the recall of it. Improving your memory and developing excellent memory skills can be learned. The key to creating greater consistency in your memory retention is to practice your memory skills and development with regularity.

Why memory skills are important?

     Memory plays a big role in our life. It is something we deal with every moment of the day; even we use it actively or not. Learning memory skills are very important in order to improve and develop excellent memory.  Memory managing skills helps you to improve your memory with different methods and strategies to enhance the memory. These skills are also helpful to control one’s mind and to lead a balanced and healthy life.

Key Benefits:

1. It helps you with improvement strategies to improve your memory and the different methods to enhance the memory.
2. It also teaches you how to control your mind and to lead a balanced and healthy life.
3. It teaches about different stages and types of memory levels and provides the tips for enhancing your ability to learn and remember.

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In our memory skills session we cover:

  • What are memory skills?
  • Why memory skills are important?
  • 3 stages of memory(sensory, short, long term memory)
  • How could you use memory skills in your life?
  • Different types of memory levels.
  • Memory Techniques.
  • How to improve your memory or memory tips.
  • Tips for enhancing your ability to learn and remember
  • Memory principles.
  • Memory activities


     Memory skills are very important in every aspects of life. Memory techniques such as organizing, usage of body and brain and recalling help every individual to maintain a balanced life.


      "We remember what we understand; we understand only what we

         pay attention to; we pay attention to what we want."

                                                                               - Edward Bolles