How This Program Help You Remember Longer?
Many football (soccer) fans in Brazil who remember the score cards of hundreds of world cup matches usually fail to remember simple mathematical equations, and forced to leave school because they can’t stand mathematics!
You have three primary ways of learning: Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic. We all have a preferred learning style, but we learn best using all three. The more you can combine them, the faster you will learn and the easier you can recall the information, because we have a separate memory for what we see, hear and do.
Visually – We apply our visual memory when we read a book, watch a seminar, see demonstrations, take notes or make visualizations. Whether you are learning from a book, audio program or seminar you should always take notes to engage both your visual and kinesthetic memory.
Auditory – We engage our auditory memory when we listen to audio programs, seminars, talk out loud or speak to ourselves. If you are reading or listening to audio programs, you can repeat the important sections or ideas out loud to reinforce the information in your auditory memory.
Kinesthetically – We engage our kinesthetic memory when we are actively involved in the learning process – for example by modeling others, taking notes or underlining text. This means that neither books, audio programs or seminars use our kinesthetic memory automatically. Therefore it is important to study with a pen in your hand, to rewrite and summarize the important parts in your notes. If possible, also try to take action and use what you learn immediately, rather than just passively looking at it.
You should deliberately create multi-sensory memories by presenting yourself the same information in a variety of ways. Simply listening or reading by itself is not enough, because it is too passive. While you are listening, reading or observing, you should always be doing something more to activate more parts of your memory. On average, a person remembers 20% of what they read, 30% of what they hear, 40% of what they see, 50% of what they say, 60% of what they do, and 90% of what they see, hear, say and do. For example,
According to educational psychologists, the best of all, of course, is to combine all three senses into the learning experience. See how it is applied in this program!
This Program Combines All Three!
Facing the interviewer's question from screen, view the best responses from other candidates, refer to your guide's advices, review your own answers etc, are excellent for your visual memory. You listen to the questions in "Questions & Insights", Answering to the questions during simulations, listen to your answers while reviewing etc are excellent for your Auditory memory. When you customize your answers for yourself and for a specific prospective employer, when you participate in a realistic interview simulation, you are contributing to your physical memory.
You could then apply these skills in real-life situations.