At the end of some sessions, you will have a chance to store your revised knowledge in a beautiful location around the world. This is part of a widely used memory technique called the Mind Palace.
How does it work?
By linking information to a place, you create a new memory route that makes it easier for you to remember it during your exam. It is as if you are creating a visual map in your head that will help you find your way to the right answer of an exam question.
How to win a memory
Winning memories is based on numerous factors that look at your current performance as well as your past performance. Think about variables like learning time, questions answered, % correct and many more.