What is a memory?
Every time you complete a session on Seneca, you have the chance to win a memory! Sometimes you'll win a memory, sometimes you won't.
The more you study on Seneca, the more memories you'll win!
This is part of a widely used memory technique called the Mind Palace.
How does Mind Palace 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 to 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.
How do I know if I've won a memory?
You will be told if you win a memory when you complete a learning session (e.g. 1.1.1).
If you win a memory, you will be given a choice of two places to store it.
Once you've chosen, where to store your memory. It will appear on your 'Memory Palace'.
You will then be able to see all the memories that you have stored on the map on your dashboard.
Note: your data isn't actually stored in these locations. By assigning your memory to a location on your map, you are more likely to remember it!
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