Podcast Episode 245: Quick Tips – Memorization Techniques for the Different Learning Styles – Bar Exam Toolbox®


Welcome back to the Bar Exam Toolbox podcast! Today, we’re talking about memorization for the bar exam. In particular, we discuss several memorization techniques and provide examples to illustrate each one. We also talk about adapting these techniques to the different learning styles. Lastly, we go over some general memorization tips that all bar exam studiers should follow.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Brief review of the three main types of learners
  • How mnemonics can be used by the different types of learners
  • What is the “memory palace” technique?
  • “Chunking” pieces of information into groups for easier memorization
  • How is the “rubber duck method” used for learning?
  • The benefits of spaced repetition
  • Some general tips that all students should remember when studying for the bar exam

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