Memorise History Dates

  • Teacher: Krishan Chahal
  • Level: Advanced
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  • USD: $ 0
  • Lesson Release: All at once

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History is one of the toughest subjects because, in that, there are so many facts to remember, for example, people, places, battles, laws, dates, years and more. So, memorizing historical or any other dates and years isn’t an easy task for many. Generations of school and college students have been forced to complete the daunting tasks of memorizing dates of famous battles or other chronological events. Students of History and many other candidates who prepare for various competitive exams are forced to remember such dates and years.

Many of them just rely on rote learning. Rote learning is referred to the memorization of a piece of information based on repetition. Examples include memorizing clusters of dates, a string of numbers, years, alphabet, multiplication tables, spelling words and more. At times, even teachers use rote learning without even realizing they do so. However, rote learning hardly proves to be so effective as people eventually tend to forget the information after some time when they stop using the same.

Do you also have troubles memorizing such things? Take heart. No need to worry now. Mr. Chahal is always here for you. To ease all of your difficulties, Mr. Krishan Chahal has invented numerous result-oriented techniques and compiled them as an easy-to-follow course under the name of “Memorizing History Dates”. There are various types of mnemonics used to memorize things but Mr. Chahal utilizes his own ways of using those mnemonics for memorizing. A mnemonic is an auditory or visual aid in the form of rhymes, acronyms or mental images that help a human brain to remember something easily and permanently.

Joydeep Bhattacharya, an Indian immigrant in the UK, Professor of psychology at Goldsmiths University of London, recently did a test and concluded that,

"Memory works by association so if you want to learn something new you will retain it best if it is linked to an emotion, image or experience."

The introduction section of this course will teach you different components of the art of memorizing and how to use them. In the later sections, you’ll know the functions of mind, brain and memory and the techniques to maximize their performances. In this course, different senses and imageries like visuals, auditory, etc are used to exponentially speed up your learning processes. With the self-meaning system and the number-memorizing techniques, you’ll learn how to remember and recall any types of dates, years, books and their authors, countries and their capitals, inventors and their inventions, body parts and related diseases, sports and trophies, dynasties and their ruling time period sand much more. This online course will also teach you the advanced applications of the art of memorizing things.




Krishan Chahal

While many only know him as the Memory King, Krishan Chahal has a lot of feathers in his cap. Krishan Chahal has written over 6 books on accelerated learning and was awarded with the Best Citizen Honor by Dainik Jagran and the Karandeep Award by HIFA. Krishan’s works have been featured in various leading newspapers and publications and he has also been featured on various national and international radio talk shows. He was also an esteemed speaker in the Davidson Academy in Nevada, USA.

Krishan recalled the value of pi up to 43,000 decimal points in 5 hours and 21 minutes and set a world record in the field of memory. He has four memory records which are acknowledged by The Guinness Book of World Records, the Limca Book of Records, Record Holders Republic, Open Record Book and Pi World Ranking. No stranger to love from his readers- he has been to several countries like the US, UAE, Malaysia etc. to talk about his work. Above all, Krishan believes that he must share his unique techniques with the world to make learning a better experience for everyone.

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