Blog | Iris Reading - Part 50

Mnemonics [Podcast]

In this episode we discuss mnemonics and how you can use mnemonic devices to improve your memory. Mnemonics or mnemonic devices are learning techniques that aid your memory. If you want to improve your long-term memory, mnemonic devices can help make memorization easy. Mnemonic systems help you convert short term memory into long term memory. […]

How To Memorize New Vocabulary

How To Memorize New Vocabulary Are you learning a new language or dealing with new vocabulary you need to learn? In this podcast episode we’ll help you learn a quick technique that will make it easier to remember the meaning of new vocabulary. Click Here To Download This Podcast Share this post:   More Resources: […]

Mind Mapping

Mind Mapping [Podcast]

Mind Maps are visual diagrams that represent words, ideas, tasks or other items that are linked and arranged around a central idea or topic. In this episode, we discuss how mind mapping can help you improve your memory. You can use mind maps for note-taking in order to help you remember more of what you […]

Preparing for the LSAT

Preparing for the LSAT? 3 Unique Ways to Prepare for the Test

It’s less than two weeks away, and is on the mind of every future law student: the LSAT. The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a half-day, standardized test that is an important part of the law school admission process in the United States, Canada and many other countries. This article is intended to provide […]

How to Read Faster by Reducing Subvocalization

How to Read Faster by Reducing Subvocalization

One of the most common reading habits among all readers is the habit of subvocalization (saying words in your head as you read). Subvocalization is a commonly misunderstand concept within speed reading. Some speed-reading programs will incorrectly tell you that subvocalization is something that you need to eliminate completely. However, numerous studies suggest that this […]

The Chunking Memory Technique

The Chunking Memory Technique [Podcast]

For most people, short-term memory is limited to a certain extent. For example, most people have trouble remembering more than 7 individual pieces of information at a time. It is the same reason why we need to make a list of groceries to get if the list of items gets close to or more than […]