Can anyone help me out? A small query

I am new here and I posted 2 questions but, nobody answered😅… I thought maybe people in general chat could help me out.

I am trying to learn and memorize some large amount of topics(Science) in a small amount of time. They are new and I have to understand before learning briefly in details.

So, can anyone tell me some techniques on how to get started and complete the journey while remembering everything perfectly?

read memory-related books. the first one i started with was “Moonwalking With Einstein” by Joshua Foer. i actually listened to the Audible version since i am able to do that while doing other things like commuting or cooking dinner (be wary though, multitasking is not good for the brain: Multitasking: Mental Health Hurts If Doing Too Much At Once | Time
https://youtu.be/p-20BrxIb80

Check out “idorecall”: https://www.idorecall.com/

There are also a lot of good youtube channels on memory improvement/techniques, as well as online resources. I’ll bookmark this post and add a bunch when I’m at a desktop, using this forum from mobile isn’t as easy/smooth as it could be.°

Download the Coursera app (or just use it on your computer) and take the “Learning How to Learn” class. it’s easy, free and helpful. i did it twice. https://www.coursera.org/learn/learning-how-to-learn

*first edit: also, having a “perfect memory” is probably impossible, no matter how much one works on it, unfortunately One can have a “great” memory and be very very sharp even into old age. A big part of that will be connected to diet and exercise actually. One’s brain (and memory) is not going to fire on all cylinders with a diet consisting of twinkies and cheeseburgers.

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Thankyou for the suggestion, I’ll check those out.

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