Memorizing Information

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Remember, you can repeat these tutorials and practice quizzes as many times as you like. Most quizzes have hundreds of combinations of randomized questions.
 

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Notes About this Topic

I find memorization questions to be difficult. Practice will improve your ability to do these questions because you will learn what to look for. There are different types. (1) The hardest type gives you a separate booklet to study. You then give the booklet back and answer questions about what you read and remember. (2) An easier variation shows you a photo to study. You then answer questions about what you observed and can recall. (3) Another style of question asks you to remember people’s faces. To do this, you need to have good facial recognition skills. I have a special tutorial included here that will help you with faces. Updated: 8/23/19

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Tutorial

Tips for questions involving memorization of details in images.

Quiz

Study a photograph for 1 minute and answer questions about what you recall without looking back at the photo.

Tutorial

Tips for memorizing written information.

Quiz

Read arrest report, then answer questions without referring to original documents. (Bradley Cooper, Aqib Talib, Mel Gibson, Bicycle)

Quiz

Multiple choice. Test your ability to remember numbers, like license plates.

Quiz

Read arrest report, then answer questions without referring to original documents. (Stolen car, Domestic Violence, Mrs. Lannon)

Quiz

Read arrest report, then answer questions without referring to original documents. (Randy Quaid, Randy Travis)

Tutorial

Optional: Learn how to recognize people by their faces, from wanted posters, to photographs, etc.

Quiz

Study crime posters & procedures in separate booklet. Answer questions without referring to original documents.

Quiz

Study crime posters & procedures in separate booklet. Answer questions without referring to original documents.

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