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This fascination has lead me to search for different ways of how my memory could be improved. This is also the reason why I have read many books about memory improvement. And now, I would like to share with you what I have learned so far. So, let's get started. Improving memory can be a very time consuming task. You could compare the brain to a muscle that needs your constant attention. If you train your brain regularly, it stays fit and can become "stronger". This process takes usually a lot of time and dedication before you will see any real results. So, why bother at all? Why spend all your time and energy on training it? The reason is actually very simple: a trained memory gives you amazing benefits. Let's ignore for a moment the most obvious ones, like easily memorizing and recalling important information. When you start improving your memory the following things will start to happen: Your ability to focus will improve Your speed of thinking will increase Your visualization skill will improve (when using mnemonics) Remembering things in everyday situations will become easier for you You will be able to learn new information faster and more efficiently Because of constant training, your memory will stay sharp to an old age A trained memory gives an advantage to everyone. Elderly people will benefit from memory training because it keeps them mentally fit. It could even help them to maintain their independence and lifestyle. Students and people looking for/with a job profit from having a trained memory. It helps to concentrate and learn better. Therefore, increase the productivity. Students with a trained memory get better grades and have higher chances of landing the dream job. Employers prefer people who can stay focused on difficult tasks and are more productive on the job (the employee has better chances of getting promoted). There are many more situations where having a trained memory can be useful and I am sure you probably know some I did not even mention here. Whatever the situation, improving memory can improve everybody's life. You Want to Improve Memory?Then Learn to Use It! Maybe the most important thing to know about memory improvement is, that if you want to improve your memory, you have to start using it. We don't use our memory as often as we should. Usually when we need to remember something (like shopping lists) we write it down, not even trying to memorize it. Of course, there is really nothing wrong with writing some things down, it is the best way to record and preserve information. However, if you look at it from the standpoint of your brain, more useful would be to memorize the information. Many people (and maybe you too) use excuses like: "I have a bad memory" or "my memory isn't what it used to be". You may even think that there is no way you could remember long lists and numbers, different names and faces, birthdays, dates etc. But this is simply NOT true! There is absolutely nothing wrong with your memory. Your brain is capable of storing vast amount of information and recalling it whenever needed; it just needs training. Even memory training specialist, Harry Lorayne, mentions in his book How to Develop a Super Power Memory that ". there is no such thing as a bad memory. There are only trained or untrained memories". R. Luria describes a young Russian journalist (referred to as "S") who attended an editorial meeting. It was noticed that "S" wasn't taking any notes and when questioned, he became confused and didn't understand why anyone should ever take notes. He clarified that he could remember everything what the editor was saying, so why bother writing it down. When being challenged, "S" reproduced the entire speech, word for word, sentence for sentence, and inflection for inflection. For the next thirty years Alexander Luria, Russia's leading psychologist and expert on memory tested and examined "S". Luria confirmed that the man was in no way abnormal, but that he had a perfect memory, because at a very young age he "stumbled upon" the basic mnemonic principles that became part of his natural functioning. What's the point of the story? Well, to put it simply, he was a normal person just like you and me (only the way he used his brain made him different). Furthermore, through history there have been similar cases of memorizers. In every instance, their brains were found to be normal, and in every instance they had, as young children, "discovered" the basic principles of their memory's function. Another thing many people fear is that they are simply too old to start improving memory. 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The university of Wisconsin madison is mainly re knowned for its microbiology department and engineering. First up, the things I liked most about the place. While I did a fair bit of travelling and checked out many top US universities like Columbia, Harvard, MIT, University of Washington Seattle, UBC, the University of Chicago and UC Berkeley. I still liked the atmosphere in Madison the best cause the entire city revolved around the university. The campus is huge but there are buses that run frequently that is completely free for students as opposed to 2 dollars a ride. There are 3 gyms on campus each has a swimming pool, weights room, cardio machines as well as a running track which is completely free for students. One of them has an ice skating rink too. Union south screens free movies for students some of them are relatively recent and they occasionally have premieres as well. For housing, if you are looking for a quiet environment with a single room I would recommend adams hall or tripp hall, perfect if you are a science student as most of the science classes are a minute walk away. Dejope is good too but you have to share a room. For business students. Frederick ogg would be good or chadbourne although you have to have a room mate. For those people who love to cook or are looking for a very convenient location. The lucky apartments would be the ideal choice you cannot go wrong living there. In terms of things to do, if you are into the outdoors I would highly recommend the hoofers outing club. It is only 25 dollars for a semester and it includes all the gear equipment and everything. They often plan trips such as a fall colours canoe trip during fall and a cross country skiing trip to delta lodge during the winter. They have activities ranging from teleskiing, cross country skiing, shoeshoeing and broomball during winter and for summer fall they have whitewater kayaking trips, canoe trips, hiking, backpacking trips to interesting places. You just have to join the club for 25 dollars and for the trips most of the members have cars and you probably just have to chip in a couple of dollars for gas here and there. Most of the members are PHD students,undergraduate students who love the outdoors or faculty members so it a great way to know a whole range of people. The weather in madison can be relatively unpredictable too. Like we had snowfall all the way till may. Occasionally there are snow storms where exams get cancelled and everyone is just on the streets having a snowball fight, hitting the bars. The thing about madison is that there is a very strong drinking and party culture cause there are many bars/ clubs on campus. There are two companies van galder costs around 29 dollars per trip it is usually standard but the advantage of taking this bus is that the timings are flexible within a day as long as you have a ticket. Mega bus on the other hand has varying prices that can be as low as 1 dollar for a bus ride if you book early. 1 to 30 dollars depending on the time and date and how early you book. They don have flexible timings either. For travelling around the USA, it can be a little inconvenient because madison only has a small airport. Most people will fly out of Milwaukee or more commonly Chicago. I would highly recommend flying southwest airlines they have a lot of cheap domestic flights available and they allow a hand carry plus check in luggage as compared to other airlines. Each course has 3 exams and miscellaneous assignments so that keeps you relatively busy throughout the semester already. Grading system is very much up to the individual professor for a particular grade. For some courses you need 60% to pass a course so it would be good to take note of that. Some professors give extra credit and some don Curving of grades are dependant on the professor as well. For psychology classes some professors don upload their lecture slides so it would definitely be advisable to attend lectures and take good notes. In addition all classes do not have lectopia. For the classes which are multiple choice based normally the exams are efficiently graded and you will know your scores within one or two days. The class sizes are much smaller than UQ and the leturers know you by names. There is normally only one lecture stream as the students have to bid for classes and they restrict the number of students that are allowed to enroll in every class so its good as you get more attention. There are many libraries on campus as well. A popular one would be the college library because of its convenient location and because its open for 24 hours. Things to do in Madison A lot of exchange students like to go to Chicago on the weekends as the buses are relatively cheap and its convenient. I joined hoofers and they always have trips and activities every weekend. Madison also has a reputation of being a party school. Most students hit the bars every Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. They play hard and study really hard too. Firstly, I would recommend you to open up and meet as many people as you can. I was glad to have found an amazing group of European and American students to hang out with while I was there for one year. People are generally open and easy going there is very little racism or discrimination either. There is a henry villa zoo as well as a museum which is free for the public. Alcohol is cheap and there is no cover charge as opposed to most clubs around the world. I would recommend the nitty gritty for their power hour daily from 10 11pm where you can get 1.25 rails and other cheap specials they serve good burgers as well its just a nice place to hang out with friends. If you like to dance, state street brats is a good place to go. Kollege Klub and the Madhatters are typically popular places. There is plenty to do in Madison despite the impression everyone has that it is a boring town in the middle of no where. The students there actually come from everywhere. All in all it has been an amazing experience. I have not regretted my decision a slightest bit despite the 20 degree winter days, I would highly recommend the school as a study abroad destination to anyone who wants to have a true American college experience.
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BEST Richmond: Cotchin, Maric, Riewoldt, Deledio, Rance, Edwards Sydney: Hannebery, Parker, Mitchell, Grundy, Malceski, Rohan. Injuries: Sydney: L Franklin (knee soreness) replaced in selected side by Z Jones. Umpires: Matt Stevic, Troy Pannell, Brett Rosebury. Official Crowd: 31,227 at ANZ Stadium. There are times when eighth place is more important than first, and Sydney and Richmond proved that on Saturday night. Sydney could have guaranteed themselves the minor premiership with victory but they had their eye on a bigger prize, and lost. They will still finish first. Richmond played like a side with everything on the line. Early on, it proved inspiring, later like a ball and chain holding them back. For long periods in the last quarter it seemed Richmond would shoot themselves in the foot as only Richmond can. Several times they could have won the game away but only Dustin Martin was able to rise to the challenge with a clutch goal. In the end Richmond had to save the game. First via Alex Rance, who thwarted an umpteenth forward thrust, then again through Ben Griffiths. In many ways this game had two winners. The Tigers of course were the biggest winner, securing an improbable finals berth, but the Swans also had reason to be pleased despite the result. They had one eye on next week and it was almost mission accomplished. The Swans, already without Mike Pyke, Ben McGlynn, Josh Kennedy and Craig Bird, lost Lance Franklin as a late withdrawal and nearly defeated a team with a greater incentive to win. And each of their absentees proved vital. The Swans were well beaten in the ruck with Ivan Maric eclipsing first gamer Sam Naismith. With Kennedy in the stands, their midfield was outmuscled early in a manner not seen since the first month of the season when the Swans were off the boil. And their attack lacked their usual bite. Franklin was not there to conjure the improbable, nor was Kurt Tippett, who for much of the night played in the ruck. When the killer punch needed to be landed in the final frantic minutes the Swans could not land it, thankfully for the Tigers. The Tigers could not have asked for a better start. They controlled the midfield with their best players Trent Cotchin, Brett Deledio and Ivan Maric and surprise packet Anthony Miles all featuring prominently. It would not have mattered if Lance Franklin had been playing. Midway through the quarter the Swans had managed just two entries inside their forward 50, the Tigers had five goals on the board. And it was the manner in which the Tigers scored which would have worried the Swans, who were making uncharacteristic mistakes at both ends of the ground. Jack Riewoldt benefited with three goals in the first quarter, including one from a rare defensive error from Ted Richards which gave Richmond a 33 point lead. The Swans' first score did not come until 23 minutes in, through a goal to Jarrad McVeigh, but their play was still sloppy, highlighted by an unmarked Maric being able to punch through a long range shot from Kurt Tippett. The Swans hung tough early in the second quarter, withstanding an early 10 minute onslaught from Richmond, who were locking the ball in their forward 50. The Tigers, however, managed just one goal for their superiority, to Nathan Gordon, but their good work was wiped out in one comically bad play. First Troy Chaplin slipped over in defence, so too Chris Newman trying to clean up the mess, paving the way for Gary Rohan to set up a goal for Dean Towers. If there was a sign the tide had turned it came early in the third quarter when a goal to Rohan put the Swans within seven points.
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