I have a few questions to those who use mnemotechnics to study.
- When learning a large amount of material, do you create locations and arrange their order before or during the study?
- When study a lot of material, do you memorize every word, or do you “transform” individual parts of the material with keywords? If you transform individual parts of material into keywords, do you somehow do it? (Do you choose keywords from among the words in the text, or do you give a title to a specific part of material and memorize this title?
In the instances provided for in the preceding article, rights under implied
warranty for physical defects are not lost despite the buyer failing to observe the time limits for inspecting the thing and notifying the seller of the defects if the seller has deceitfully concealed the defect or has assured the buyer that there are no defects.
Would you choose a few key words from the above recipe (e.g. rights, implied warranty, defect, buyer, or maybe you have titled this text and memorized the title (e.g. deceptive concealment of the truth)?
If you would select several keywords, how do you search for the keywords? Which words are best suited for this (how to choose these words)?
3. Do you re-use locations while study?