This course in numbers will guide you through the process of creating your own systems for remembering any number of any length and format. We will begin by creating systems for single and double digit numbers, and then advance to looking at the various spatial structures you can use to learn numerical information of different types. Numbers permeate every subject, and are a common stumbling block in learning. Whether you are a student learning dates for history class, or a professional accountant, you will learn in this course how to commit any number to long-term memory.
In this course, you will learn how to store in your memory:
Please note that this course assumes you have already gone and done our main course in memory. We will launch straight into applying the techniques set out in our memory course to learning numbers. If you have not yet done our main memory course, please start there or subscribe to the premium memory package.
Dr. Aaron Ralby is the founder and director of Linguisticator Ltd. He holds a BA in English and Modern Languages and Linguistics from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County; an MPhil in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic from the University of Cambridge; and a PhD in Medieval Studies from Cornell University. Aaron is the principle overseer of course creation at Linguisticator and also presents all final materials produced by his team of linguists and native speakers.
Read more about Aaron here.