These tools can’t only be a great help with your studies, but also in real life.
How to use the site?
We have hundreds of mnemonic devices (or memory tools) in an easily searchable collection.
The mnemonics on this site are categorized, feel free to browse through them. You could also go to our ‘Starred‘ section, there you’ll find some of our best mnemonics. Of course you can allways use the searchform.
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. Mnemonic devices help you to memorize. Most mnemonics work by letting you remember a word, phrase or poem, which in turn stands for more complicated information to remember. For instance by remembering ‘ROY G. BIV’ you can reproduce the order and colors of the rainbow.
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Mnemonic devices: We all use them!
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If so, we would like you to submit your mnemonic.
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