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Introducing the Super Clever Advanced Learning Method (SCALM)

Chris M Nemo, Memory Improvement Writer & Blogger

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26 Lessons (2h 26m)
    • 1. Promo SCALM Course

      3:32
    • 2. 1.1.Introducing the SCALM technique

      8:13
    • 3. 1.2. Meet Johnny

      6:57
    • 4. 1.3. The Structure of this Course

      1:36
    • 5. 2.1.The Memorization Laws

      8:56
    • 6. 2.2. What we learn

      3:39
    • 7. 2.3. Overview of the Memory Techniques

      5:37
    • 8. 3.1. Structure

      6:51
    • 9. 3.2. Chunking

      3:37
    • 10. 3.3. Association

      6:16
    • 11. 3.3.1.Acronyms and The Sentence Method

      10:27
    • 12. 3.3.2.The Story Technique

      5:10
    • 13. 3.3.3.The Sound Alike Technique

      4:30
    • 14. 3.3.4.Rhymes and Jingles

      4:21
    • 15. 3.3.5. How to Remember People's Names

      3:18
    • 16. 3.3.6. Remember Numbers and Dates with The Major System

      8:12
    • 17. 3.3.7.How to Choose the Techniques

      8:15
    • 18. 3.4. Locate

      5:05
    • 19. 4.1. Memorize a Speech with the SCALM technique

      2:40
    • 20. 4.2. Learn Chemistry part 1. Memorize the Elements of the Periodic Table

      6:25
    • 21. 4.2. Learn Chemistry part 1. Memorize the Elements of the Periodic Table

      6:13
    • 22. 4.3. Learn Chemistry part 2. Memorize the Atomic Numbers

      4:39
    • 23. 4.4. Learn a Biology Lesson

      8:30
    • 24. 4.5. Tips and Tricks for Practicing the SCALM Technique

      4:26
    • 25. 5.Summary and Next Steps

      2:52
    • 26. 6.1.Bonus.How to Memorize any Foreign Language Vocabulary

      5:20

About This Class

The most important promise of this course is that you can become a SUPER LEARNER . Whether you know it or not, you already have the capacity to memorize entire books. All it takes is a little motivation and a method to facilitate your learning.

In this course, I will present you my own original and extremely efficient method for learning any kind of information, a very versatile method that combines the most efficient memory techniques.

I created this method after many years in which I had to learn a lot of abstract and highly diversified information. At one point, I asked myself the question: "How could I approach in a unitary way the memorization of any kind of information, whether it is a biology essay or a philosophy book? What are the universal steps of any learning process and how can I adapt them to any type of material that I have to learn?"

The answer came when I began to study and practice the memory techniques. I discovered that, by combining these techniques, not only did the learning process become faster, but at the same time the learned information remained much longer stored in my memory.

Over time, I became a proactive learner and I synthesized a series of steps that transformed my learning into a pleasant and extremely effective experience.

There is a method—a formula, if you will—behind any ultra-efficient learning.

And that’s what this course is about: taking you behind the curtain and showing you that formula.

This great learning tool, that I have named "the SCALM technique", is extremely effective because of its versatility. It can be applied to any type of material you will have to remember.

By following a series of clear steps and simple rules for memorizing different types of information, the SCALM method brings a systematic approach to a task that seems difficult for all of us: memorizing hundreds of pages of horribly abstract , unattractive and unrelated information.

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I have to tell you from the beginning that this is not a theoretical course. Although I will try to explain in detail each concept and each step of this simple method, I hope this course will not seem very theoretical to you. I added as many examples as possible to help you better understand how the method works.

You might view this course as an opportunity to improve your proactive learning abilities and to add to your learning toolset an invaluable technique.

This course is an investment in your future!

Chris M Nemo

Memory Improvement Writer and Blogger at The Mnemo Bay