Since the early 1970s, mind maps have gained ground as a learning technique. Tony Buzan popularised them as a method for visually “mapping” information in a colourful and memorable way, simplifying the process of making notes.
Mind maps powerfully improve your recall.
Using keywords and colour triggers your memory, eliminating the need for pages and pages of notes.
As well as building understanding, mind maps are useful tools for linking new knowledge with prior knowledge. More crucially, seeing information presented in a partially visual way mimics how our memories work.
So, for example, when you need to get up to speed quickly with revising, say for the last part of the mandatory exam, the Mindmap Manual for Unit 4 saves you time. Instead of just reading through the ABPI learning materials and making line by line style notes, it gives you an "at a glance" overview of how everything fits together.
The hard work's been done for you, saving you time, with key facts picked out, and organised.
Too often, my students have told me that they ran out of time to revise this unit, skimming through the learning materials. Then, they were caught out in the exam, missing a pass.
Mind maps help you summarise KEY FACTS QUICKLY and to see how they fit into the “big picture”. They help you understand how the pieces fit together. And, as we all know, if we understand something, we're more able to remember it.
Ready to boost your memory, along with your confidence?
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