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Learn Fast and Forget About Forgetting
September 2, 2009   
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Is there anyone who likes staying up at night and swotting for an exam? Who likes being stressed out that the most important information will fade from memory the moment they look at the exam paper? We all dream about a recipe for perfect memory, good marks and success in learning.

Memory traces are reinforced in our brains if the information we learnt in the past is refreshed. With every use or repetition of the information, the traces tend to grow stronger. Since the early 1990s, SuperMemo World has been the pioneer in developing a repetition method and implementing it to educational software. SuperMemo programs are based on research on memory and learning. With the data from the learning process, SuperMemo assigns a difficulty level to every piece of information and predicts how long the learner will remember it. The next repetition is planned shortly before the expected moment of forgetting. The method provides the learner with an optimum learning plan and repetition schedule, which makes it possible to minimize learning time and retain nearly 100 percent of acquired knowledge.

Learning large amounts of information (such as words, rules, dates) is much faster and more effective with SuperMemo than with traditional methods. SuperMemo World provides ready-made courses that include material created in co-operation with renowned publishers, such as Pearson Education or Ernst Klett Verlag.

SuperMemo UX (for Windows) and SuperMemo Mobile (for Windows Mobile) as well as the supermemo.net academy (where you can learn Polish language online with a teacher) is available free of charge for private users. Everyone is welcome to try out the SuperMemo method for two weeks-for free! Visit our site: www.supermemo.net and enter the code "SuperMemo09" (valid until Oct. 4).
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