If the oral examination is for you, condemnation tries one of these proven study techniques.
1. Cicero Technique!
I think we all know Marcus Tullius Cicero, the great Roman orator of all time. This is very useful, particularly, in the long speeches. The next time you study a complicated section, a concept, try to associate that particular concept or speech to a place you know. I do not know, for example the kitchen of your grandmother, or your room. Cicero called the method of loci, or places in Latin. In fact, our mind naturally associates the images with certain concepts. We try to exploit this principle, this innate characteristic of our brain! Imagine, once in front of your examiner, to retrace and cross suits the rooms that you have associated, including corridors and connecting zones. This technique, the Board only in speeches or presentations. It is a mnemonic technique, like the other two, then most probably if you were to be stranded for a question or something else, not so simply be sharing. Continue reading