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Flashcard 149660734

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The Boer War took place in [place?] between the British army and the Boer settlers, who originally came from the Netherlands.
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South Africa


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The Boer War took place in South Africa between the British army and the Boer settlers, who originally came from the Netherlands.

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First, the complex nature of the information absolutely requires a thorough understanding at bare minimum. I believe that using a journey method, loci, or linking, will add a kind of "retrieval cue" which would otherwise have been vague at best if I had to retrieve the information from the dark-vast universe of my mind. So there certainly is a benefit to structuring the information in a logical manner and arranging it in an intimate visual-spatial setting in my mind. Second, drawing on the complex nature of the material, again, I believe using a mind map that is intimately linked to the retrieval image (which is placed in each loci) will help consolidate space.

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Beginner...would like to use techniques for medical school - Memory Forum | Mnemotechnics
s for medical school Ok, I've been thinking about how to convert med school information (i.e., First Aid for the USMLE) into a format that can easily be retrieved and have come up with a few options...I'll keep it short and to the point. <span>First, the complex nature of the information absolutely requires a thorough understanding at bare minimum. I believe that using a journey method, loci, or linking, will add a kind of "retrieval cue" which would otherwise have been vague at best if I had to retrieve the information from the dark-vast universe of my mind. So there certainly is a benefit to structuring the information in a logical manner and arranging it in an intimate visual-spatial setting in my mind. Second, drawing on the complex nature of the material, again, I believe using a mind map that is intimately linked to the retrieval image (which is placed in each loci) will help consolidate space. I'm not absolutely certain if this is the most efficient way to memorize this type of info, but it's the best I can come up with thus far. I'll post updates to my progress once I begin t




A non-optimal method that you use is going to be infinitely better than an optimal system you do not use.

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Beginner...would like to use techniques for medical school - Memory Forum | Mnemotechnics
Re: Beginner...would like to use techniques for medical school moca83 wrote: I'm not absolutely certain if this is the most efficient way to memorize this type of info, but it's the best I can come up with thus far. <span>A non-optimal method that you use is going to be infinitely better than an optimal system you do not use. Looking forward to hearing about your progress and what you discover along the way. Top Login or register to post comments April 30, 2012 - 2:24pm #9




So two questions, I guess: What if I can't find a palace big enough to host all my loci?

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What to do if my memory palace runs out of loci? - Memory Forum | Mnemotechnics
ation seems like a daunting task indeed. The other thing that's sort of bugging me is that I feel like I have a limited number of palaces to draw from between real life and video games -- but a ton of information that I'd like to remember. <span>So two questions, I guess: What if I can't find a palace big enough to host all my loci? I imagine that the information I want to remember will ultimately have hundreds of loci (is it possible to store thousands of loci?) just due to the nature of the sheer amount of informa




Flashcard 149662016

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"The church ..., the pillar and foundation of the truth."
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1 Tim 3:15


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Acts 5:15-16 ... Peter's shadow. Mt 9:20-22 ... Jesus' garment cures woman. Church and authority Acts 2:42 ... doctrine, community, sacred rite (bread). Eph 5:25-26 ... Christ loved the Church. <span>1 Tim 3:15 ... church is pillar/foundation of truth. Mt 16:18; 20:20 ... Christ protects Church. Heb 13:17 ... obey. Mt 18:17-18 ... church as final authority. Mt 23:2 ... Pharisees succeeded Moses (seat of Moses). 1 Co







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When Elizabeth I died in 1603 her cousin James VI of Scotland was her heir.

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Flashcard 149662112

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When Elizabeth I died in 1603 [what was his/her name before becoming English monarch?] was her heir.
Answer
her cousin James VI of Scotland


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When Elizabeth I died in 1603 her cousin James VI of Scotland was her heir.

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James VI of Scotland became King James I of England, Wales and Ireland but Scotland remained a separate country

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Flashcard 149662128

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[...] became King James I of England, Wales and Ireland but Scotland remained a separate country
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James VI of Scotland


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James VI of Scotland became King James I of England, Wales and Ireland but Scotland remained a separate country

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Flashcard 149662135

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James VI of Scotland became King [...] of England, Wales and Ireland but Scotland remained a separate country
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James I


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As the Scots had not agreed to the execution of Charles I, they declared his son Charles II to be king.

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Flashcard 149662147

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As the [...] had not agreed to the execution of Charles I, they declared his son Charles II to be king.
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Scots


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As the Scots had not agreed to the execution of Charles I, they declared his son Charles II to be king.

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Charles II died in 1685 and his brother, James, a Roman Catholic, became King James II in England, Wales and Ireland and King James VII of Scotland.

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Charles II died in 1685 and his brother, James, a Roman Catholic, became King

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Flashcard 149662164

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Charles II died in 1685 and his brother, [name?], a Roman Catholic, became the king.
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James


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Flashcard 149662175

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Charles II died in 1685 and his brother, James, a Roman Catholic, became King [...] in England, Wales and Ireland and King James VII of Scotland.
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James II


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Flashcard 149662182

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Charles II died in 1685 and his brother, James, a Roman Catholic, became King James II in England, Wales and Ireland and King [...] of Scotland.
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James VII


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Charles II died in 1685 and his brother, James, a Roman Catholic, became King James II in England, Wales and Ireland and King James VII of Scotland.

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James II’s daughter, Mary, was married to William of Orange, the Protestant ruler of the Netherlands.

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Flashcard 149662194

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James II’s daughter, [...], was married to William of Orange, the Protestant ruler of the Netherlands.
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Mary


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James II’s daughter, Mary, was married to William of Orange, the Protestant ruler of the Netherlands.

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Flashcard 149662201

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James II’s daughter, Mary, was married to [...], the Protestant ruler of the Netherlands.
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William of Orange


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Flashcard 149662208

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James II’s daughter, Mary, was married to William of Orange, the Protestant ruler of the [...].
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Netherlands


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A Declaration of Rights was read at the coronation of William and Mary.

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Flashcard 149662220

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A Declaration of Rights was read at the coronation of [...].
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William and Mary


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A Declaration of Rights was read at the coronation of William and Mary.

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In 1688, on the invitation of important Protestants, William of Orange arrived in England. James fled to France and William took over the throne jointly with Mary, becoming William III in England, Wales and Ireland, and William II of Scotland.

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Flashcard 149662236

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In 1688, on the invitation of important Protestants, William of Orange arrived in England. James fled to France and William took over the throne jointly with Mary, becoming William III in England, Wales and Ireland, and [...] of Scotland.
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William II


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Flashcard 149662243

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In 1688, on the invitation of important Protestants, William of Orange arrived in England. James fled to France and William took over the throne jointly with Mary, becoming [...] in England, Wales and Ireland, and William II of Scotland.
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William III


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Flashcard 149662250

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In 1688, on the invitation of important Protestants, William of Orange arrived in England. James fled to France and William took over the throne jointly with [...], becoming William III in England, Wales and Ireland, and William II of Scotland.
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Mary


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In 1688, on the invitation of important Protestants, William of Orange arrived in England. James fled to France and William took over the throne jointly with Mary, becoming William III in England, Wales and Ireland, and William II of Scotland.

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The Kingdom of Great Britain was created when the Act of Union, known as the Treaty of Union in Scotland, was agreed in 1707. This was done to ensure there would be continuity when Queen Anne died, as she had no direct heirs.

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Flashcard 149662262

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The Kingdom of Great Britain was created when the Act of Union, known as the Treaty of Union in Scotland, was agreed in 1707. This was done to ensure there would be [...].
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continuity when Queen Anne died, as she had no direct heirs


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The Kingdom of Great Britain was created when the Act of Union, known as the Treaty of Union in Scotland, was agreed in 1707. This was done to ensure there would be continuity when Queen Anne died, as she had no direct heirs.

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In 1745 there was attempt to put a Stuart king (named Charles Edward Stuart) on the throne in place of George I’s son, George II.

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Flashcard 149662274

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In 1745 there was attempt to put a Stuart king on the throne in place of [...].
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George I’s son, George II


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In 1745 there was attempt to put a Stuart king on the throne in place of George I’s son, George II.

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