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This application is a basic step-by-step strategy to improving your test and exam performance. ADVANCE AND ACE YOUR EXAMS Lana Israel created this unique, very instructive, and entertaining DVD while she was a 16-year-old student at North Miami Beach Senior High School.
Mind Mapping as a Technique
Mind Mapping will improve the quality of your thinking and help you do better in your studies, tests, and examinations. You will learn how to Mind Map, which will provide you with a visual depiction of any subject matter, highlighting essential points and relationships between them, making it extremely memorable.
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Mind Maps are being used by millions of individuals all around the world, from the the young to the very elderly, to help them use their minds more efficiently.
Lana found Tony Buzan’s famous book on the brain Use Your Head when she was 13 years old. Lana afterwards shared her new talents to instructors and classmates. She went on to become a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University and has taught extensively in numerous locations throughout the world since that time.
The abilities covered in this DVD may be used in almost any circumstance that requires learning or thinking. As a student, you must recall; take notes; make notes; write essays; give presentations; and take tests and examinations. Planning; to-do ‘lists’; projects; communication; organizing; problem analysis and issue solving
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What is a Mind Map, exactly?
A Mind Map is a visual representation of concepts that uses words, pictures, symbols, and color. The approach was created by Tony Buzan, the inventor of the notion of mental literacy. Mind Mapping is based on natural patterns and study into how we think and use our thoughts. Mind Mapping does not require you to be an artist. It is doable by everyone. Mind Mapping allows you to materialize your ideas in a way that represents the big picture, gathering massive quantities of data on a single piece of paper.
Lana’s Mind Mapping course teaches you how to recognize linkages, connections, and patterns in your ideas, allowing you to be more efficient.
“It’s fascinating to watch her take a complex idea like Mind Mapping and simplify it for youngsters.”
Apple Computer Inc.’s former CEO
Lana Israel teaches.
Lana read one of Tony Buzan’s books about a learning tool called Mind Mapping at a young age. This technique seemed promising, but did it actually work? That year, as part of her school science project, she tested these exceptional learning strategies on her classmates. The initiative itself was so successful that instructors, students, and parents approached her with questions about this novel way. These strategies provided Lana with more free time to accomplish the activities that everyone enjoys. And these new abilities enabled her to study for less hours while achieving higher marks!
This method may also work for you. You, too, can achieve good scores and pass your exams! Mind Mapping is a distinct method of arranging your ideas that is unlike any other method of learning. This video will teach you the ground-breaking approach invented by Tony Buzan.
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KP, 13 years old, from London, UK
“What I like about this DVD is that it shows you how to Mind Map for your examinations.”
FM, 15 years old, from London
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How does this method work?
There have been remarkable advances in brain research over the last decade or two. The comprehension of this fantastic instrument that we all have grown significantly. Aside from learning about the activities of the left and right sides of the brain, researchers discovered that humans use less than 1% of our brains on average – a very low proportion.
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Understanding that 90% of the words written in your books and spoken in lectures are non-key terms, and that after you have gained the contextual meaning they provide, you only need to capture key words when Mind Mapping. That implies you save 90% of your time while taking notes and 90% of your time when reviewing your Mind Mapped notes. Not only will you save time, but you will also remember more. When taking notes in sentences, non-important words act as interrupters, preventing you from creating a strong link between the main words.
The images you make in your Mind Maps can be as basic or as intricate as you choose. Color Color, like images, engages the ‘right brain.’ This not only helps you retain knowledge more successfully, but it also appeals to your brain. Color is alive, enjoyable, and stimulating. Do you prefer black-and-white or color television? Colors may be utilized as a coding system as well. You will learn to utilize one color for each branch or for information relating to a single notion to accomplish this. This method helps you organize your notes and associate related material drawn in the same color.
Research and Revision
The first step in smart studying is to construct Mind Maps. An whole subject may be captured on a single page. Lana once created a chemical Mind Map that had half a year’s worth of material on one sheet, while her pals read through three hundred pages of notes, front and back! Who spent the most time studying? Lana’s studies were not only faster, but also more easier. The use of key phrases not only condenses information but also improves recollection by connecting essential topics.
When you revise from your Mind Maps, you will notice that the key words and images activate those thoughts and ideas, bringing large chunks of material back in seconds. In compared to the minutes spent revising from your Mind Maps, reviewing the same amount of content linearly would take hours.
It is critical to review after studying. Most people believe that once you cease studying, your recollection gradually declines over time. This is not the case. Instead, 10 minutes after studying, recollection improves. It starts its sharp drop from there.
How can you avoid a dip in memory, especially if your test or exam is the following day? Simple! After ten minutes of studying, quickly go over your Mind Map. This will maintain your retention high for the next twenty-four hours. If you review for a few minutes the next day, you will have high recall for another week. Simply repeat this routine of revisiting at critical spots after studying to maintain strong recall. Then you should ace your exams!
How to Watch Lana’s DVD
You will be able to utilize the movie as a constant reference to get the most out of it. Just because you’ve seen it once doesn’t mean you’re done with it. In fact, repeated watching improves memory greatly. Consider the movie to be a Memory Map, and review it – or portions of it – at opportune moments to keep what you’ve learned fresh in your mind.
Lana grew up in Miami Beach, Florida, and graduated from North Miami Beach Senior High School. Lana found Tony Buzan’s popular book Use Your Head when she was 13 years old. She has now released her own book, Brain Power for Kids, and talked extensively in a variety of places throughout the world.
Tony is the world’s foremost author and presenter on the brain, learning, and cognitive abilities. He also advises governments, businesses, and professions. Mind Maps and Mind Mapping were created by him.