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How To Memorize A Map

Updated on May 25, 2009

How to Memorize a Map - Proven Techniques Here

Do want to know how to memorize a map? First of all, do not fret or worry if you find yourself having difficulties doing so. Many people really find it hard to memorize maps. It is a common phenomenon you might say and this lens will try to provide some enlightenment.

Here, you will learn proven techniques that will help you remember street names, landmarks and names of buildings in the easiest ways possible. You will also learn the reason why it is hard for people to memorize maps regardless of age or sex. If you have ever found yourself in a situation where you had to remember a map but couldn't, then it is a must that you read this lens in its entirety.

Make sure that you visit the site that helped me to personally memorize any map quickly : MemoryGrower.com !!!

How To Memorize A Map - Piece By Piece

To adequately memorize a map, try doing it in small chunks

One of the reasons why it is hard to memorize maps is because maps can be very overwhelming especially if the map is large and very detailed. The first thing that you need to do therefore is to tackle the map piece by piece. You do not need to memorize the whole map all at once. For example, you can start memorizing parts that you are already familiar with and are therefore much easier to memorize before you move on to much difficult parts of the map. The point is not to get yourself overwhelmed with the grandness of the map.

A great site that I used to help me to memorize a map before a trip to Denver is called MemoryGrower.com. Click HERE to check it out for yourself.

How To Memorize A Map - Memorizing Street Names

Street names must be memorized on a map

The next difficult thing to do when memorizing maps is remembering street names. This is mostly because it is generally hard to memorize a list of names or words. What you need to do though is to make the street names relevant so they will be easier to memorize. One of the ways to do this is by assigning a visual representation to the street name. This is much easier to do if the street is named after a flower or an animal but it can get more challenging if the street is named after a person you do not know. With a little creativity though you can assign a visual representation to any street name out there.

Learning how to visualize the most obscure street names can be learned at MemoryGrower.com. Visit this powerful site on memorization by clicking HERE.

How To Memorize A Map - More Ways

A place to visit to find more ways on how to memorize maps

I have mentioned a few ways to learn how to memorize a map. For more information, it is better to check out other available resources on memory enhancement on the Internet.

If you are ready to learn a complete system that will work for maps plus any other material that you would like to memorize as if you had a photographic memory, I recommend that you use the system at MemoryGrower.com

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