Welcome to mnemonic-device.com! Our site has 390+ free mnemonic devices. This memory tool empowers you to recall information quickly and easily. It will help you study and memorize large quantities of information more efficiently.
Using these memory aids, you’ll quickly commit to memory what you need to learn, and it will help you to remember it for the rest of your life!
Memory devices are not only great study tools, but they’re also very useful for everyday life.
Update: testing phase
At this time, we’re trying different layouts together with Ezoic. We want to achieve a better user experience and provide funding for this project (all ads by Google, please don’t click unless you are genuinely interested). That’s why you might find the site looking different each time you stop by. Ezoic measures, calculates, and processes your visit. In the end, hopefully, we’ll find a winning layout, for your sake and ours.
What is a mnemonic device?
Mnemonics (pronounced “ne-mon’-ics”) assist the memory by using a system of rhymes, rules, phrases, diagrams, acronyms and other devices – all to help you learn, remember, and memorize names, dates, facts and figures. Most mnemonics work by letting you easily recall a word, phrase or poem, which in turn stands for more complicated information that you need to commit to memory. For instance, by remembering ‘ROY G. BIV’ you can reproduce the order and colors of the rainbow.
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Making this site work for you
We have hundreds of mnemonic devices (memory tools) in an easily searchable collection.
The mnemonics on this site are categorized, feel free to browse through them.
Find the information that you need by using the search form on the right.
Mnemonic devices: We all use them!
We know that you probably have memory devices of your own.
Please click to submit your mnemonic.
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Mnemonics on this site can be wrong. Use with caution. ;-)
This site is a project by Pjotr Wiese. He’s also the webmaster of a dutch version of this site.
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