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Memorization techniques and tips - How to Memorize Using Mnemonics

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Health care are tricks to help you remember information. Mnemonics come in several varieties, allowing you to choose what works for you. Some mnemonics enjoy widespread use because they are easy and effective, but you can always make up your own.


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