- What is a photographic memory?
My definition of a photographic memory is to remember information or visual images in great detail. For example, lets say I give you a page full of chemical equations for organic chemistry. How long will it take you to memorize it? A couple hours, 3-4 if it's a tough sheet? I've developed my photographic memory where I can do this in under five minutes and now excel at studying.
- Can anyone do this?
Yes! My program is designed to allow anyone to learn this skill, the only requirements are the ability to read in English and be able to dedicate some time aside from your week to practice this skill.
- How easy is this to do?
This depends on person to person, I have taught this to other colleagues in college. Some of them have done it in less than a 48 hour period which is absolutely spectacular. A few others have had to put it to practice for a few weeks before grasping it.
- What makes my program different from those others on the internet?
I will help you develop a strong base before we jump to developing our photographic memory. You will receive in depth exercises and tutorials if you decide to purchase the Standard or Premium Package.
The main use of a photographic memory is to see something once and remember it. By exercising this ability we all have within in us, this will make memorizing equations or anything regarding memorization; made simple and easy.
If you can read English, and follow directions you can learn my methods to developing a photographic memory.
Yes and no. Everyone is different and I can't definitively say you will learn this "right away," as it's easier for some people than others. I can say with practice and dedication you can develop this skill, as they say practice makes perfect.
Some people have a naturally developed photographic memory. I remember back when I was in high school, I saw people all around me memorize a concept and I was baffled because I didn't get it. 3 years later, getting ready to complete my science major, I would have never thought it was possible.
I'd like to say yes, but like many skills there is always someone better than you. It took me almost 6 months to really "master" this skill. When I say master, I mean that I could take a page full of chemical equations. I now practice once a week to keep my skills refined. Practice makes perfect.
Yes. Study smarter, not harder.