Mnemonics uses advanced techniques such as advanced encoding, recovery cues, and imagery to encode information in a way that allows for efficient storage and retrieval. Mnemonics helps to link real information to something more accessible or meaningful, which leads to better information retention. Our mnemonics program consists of 40 hours.
Crash Courses are available.
Speed reading consists of several strategies that improve one’s ability to read quickly. The process of swiftly recognizing and assimilating phrases or sentences on a page all at once, rather than identifying individual words, is known as speed reading. Effective speed reading requires a balance of speed and comprehension.
Both one on one classes and group classes are offered. Class timings are flexible.
Vedic mathematics teaches you one of the easiest and simplest methods of doing mathematics. Vedic mathematics contains numerous strategies for doing various mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, squares, square roots, and so on. All of these strategies aid in the computation of numerical problems in a fraction of the time required by traditional math procedures. Using the skills taught in our classes, you can enhance your speed and accuracy when solving arithmetic problems. It boosts mental agility and intelligence while also improving memory. Our Vedic Mathematics training program can help you gain confidence in math.
Duration: 40 hrs
Category – 3rd to 12 th Classes & competitive exam aspirants
Both one on one classes and group classes are offered. Class timings are flexible
Mnemonics are strategies that can be modified to fit a variety of learning content. This method enhances memory of complex words or ideas and promotes better retention of material to be learned. It is especially beneficial to students and others who may have difficulty with information recall.
A mnemonic is an instructional strategy designed to help students improve their memory of important information. This technique connects new learning to prior knowledge through the use of visual and/or acoustic cues. The basic types of mnemonic strategies rely on the use of key words, rhyming words, or acronyms. Teachers may develop mnemonic strategies or have students come up with their own.