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memery - April 2nd 2010, 03:04 PM

hi its relly hard for me to rememer stuff....like when theres a test and i study i just forget after abot 15 mins after i stop. or like if teechers say go to page 187 if i dont do it for a sec then i forget. i always had this.
   
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Re: memery - April 3rd 2010, 07:04 PM

I call that Autistism where you easily forget things, like me. I easily forget to turn off tap when i finish brushing my teeth. etc. But sometimes it's something else. I suppose you need to get used to it, like me I'm deaf.

But that's life darling, try to get used to it and seek help to improve memory.
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Re: memery - April 15th 2010, 04:56 AM

If you're just cramming then yes you'd forget it quickly. Happens a lot around exam season.


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Re: memery - April 15th 2010, 05:19 AM

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hi its relly hard for me to rememer stuff....like when theres a test and i study i just forget after abot 15 mins after i stop. or like if teechers say go to page 187 if i dont do it for a sec then i forget. i always had this.

There are various memory/learning techniques out there that you can look into or you can even ask your teachers for help/suggestions on improving your memory,

One trick you may want to consider is taking information you're studying into smaller chunks and to study in smaller time amounts, such as 10 minutes versus 15.

Even though you've always struggled with memory issues, it can be worked on and changed in various ways, but it'll take some time and consistent effort.
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