March 2019 School Holiday Memory Improvement Course

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261 Waterloo St

261 Waterloo Street

Singapore, Singapore 180261


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In this course for primary & secondary students in Singapore, they will be taught how to use the world's best memory techniques with ease

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Should Your Child Attend This Memory Workshop? Answer the questionnaire below:

1. ☐ Trouble memorizing and remembering information efficiently?

2. ☐ Trouble recalling information that you have already memorised?

3. ☐ Spends a significant amount of study time memorizing and re-memorising information?

4. ☐ Have trouble storing information in your long-term memory?

5. ☐ Have trouble recalling information quickly (less than 2 seconds) when required?

6. ☐ May experience going mentally blank for certain questions during examination even after studying for that question

countless number of times?

7. ☐ May have difficulties memorizing and remembering sequence and random numbers, digits or dates?

8. ☐ May confuse or get mix up writing answers for similar questions during test or examinations?

9. ☐ Unable to remember what the teacher talks about during class?

10. ☐ Trouble following or remembering directions provided by teacher required to complete a particular homework?

11. ☐ Have difficulties remembering new words, vocabularies or definitions?

12. ☐ Unable to concentrate on a certain task for a long-period of time.

13. ☐ Have trouble remembering the right spelling for certain words?

14. ☐ Have difficulties remembering appointments or things-to-do?

15. ☐ I’m afraid to memorise my materials weeks or months before an exam as I know I will forget a majority of what I

have memorised by the time the exam comes around.

16. ☐ Have trouble differentiating between commonly confused words like affect vs. effect, council vs. counsel, desert vs.

dessert, envelop vs. envelope, etc?

17. ☐ Relies heavily on rote memorisation without learning or understanding the information beforehand?

18. ☐ Have problem memorising large chunks of information for exam’s essay questions?

19. ☐ Makes mistakes or miss out important key points when recalling information from memory?

20. ☐ Lack confidence in my ability to memorise without any missing points?

21. ☐ Unable to make learning materials “stick” to memory without writing it over and over again on a piece of paper?

Calculate Your Results!

Count the number of ticks. The total score is out of 21.

21 - 12: Extremely poor memory and memory habits. Critical for this student to attend memory skills course.

11 - 8: Strongly advisable for student to attend a memory skills course.

7 - 4: Advisable for this student to attend a memory skills course.

3 – 0: Congratulations! Not necessary for this student to attend a memory skills course.

Workshop Content:

1. Learn to effectively use mnemonic techniques for rapid memorisation & recall.

2. Apply the NS Method for rapid memorisation & recall numbers, digits or dates.

3. Apply the AL Method to remember the right spelling for any words.

4. Apply the LS Method for rapid memorisation & recall lists.

5. Apply the VL Method to memorise new vocabulary.

6. Remember spelling for commonly confused words.

7. Using the DL Method to memorise general knowledge information.

8. Eliminate rote memorisation; save valuable study time.

9. Practice mental filling to prevent yourself from “Blanking Out” during examinations.

10. Quickly recall information quickly when needed.

11. Learn to memorise and remembering numbers, digits or dates.

12. How to remember what was taught in class.

13. How to use the Cornell-Note Taking System to help you remember notes better.

14. How to remember the right spelling.

15. How to differentiate between commonly confused words like affect vs. effect, council vs. counsel, desert vs. dessert, envelop vs. envelope, etc.

16. How to use active listening strategies to help you retain more information during class.

17. 4 reasons why memory fail and how to remedy and prevent such failures from occurring.

18. Learning vs understanding vs memorising: Why you should always memorise a piece of information by first understanding and learning it.

19. How to make sure you never forget what you learn.

20. Learn an easy way to organize your notes for quicker revision and retention.

21. Learn how to use The LE System to transfer information from your short-term to your long-term memory.

22. 10 foods you should avoid if you want to improve your memory.

The Memory Mastery Teacher

Enthusiastically welcomed as an engaging and inspirational, dynamic workshop teacher, and powerful story teller, Sancy Suraj has consulted with a wide variety of public and professional private sectors around the globe. His passion for the subject emancipates his genuine goal of helping his students.

His continuous pursuit of memory research ensures that only cutting edge memory improvement techniques are included in his workshops. These same memory techniques enabled him to represent Singapore in the 2011 World Memory

Championship, as well as breaking the World Record for the Longest Colour Sequenced Memorised. With those achievements at hand, he is now regarded as the of the top memory improvement trainer in Singapore.

His highly unique and motivating workshops are also well known for their high-quality content backed up by his lighthearted humor and entertaining style of delivery. These qualities coupled with energizing sessions are insightful and thus encourages his students to harness their true memory potential.

  • Founder and chief trainer at Pinnacle Minds.
  • Singapore record for the most number of pi digits recited and memorised: 1505 digits in 30 minutes.
  • Held the world record for the longest colour sequence memorized. Memorised 160 colours in 5 minutes 20 seconds.
  • Represented Singapore in the World Memory Championships in 201. Memorised 480 numbers in 60 minutes, 460
  • binary digits in 30 minutes, 51 names, and faces in 15 minutes, 98 words in 15 minutes and 176 abstract images in 15 minutes.
  • Have thought over 30,000 people memory improvement techniques worldwide.
  • Specialised in teaching students and teachers memory improvement and study skills techniques.
  • Advance Certificate in Training and Assessment.
  • A Graduate From Monash University, Melbourne.
  • Voted Top 10 Young Lions of Singapore in 2014.
  • Featured in various media publications such as The SG50 Book, Men’s Health, Singapore Books of Records Publication.
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