Creating and using stylized markers

This is a basic and deep post that could be added to the course. It requires a bit more time and effort than a regular post on this site. I do suggest to visit all the links within and think about integrating it in your superlearning skillset. During the course we teach our students to …

Taking notes

Taking notes when learning is a very basic technique. There is a consensus that some notes should be taken be taken, yet it is not fully clear what notes should be taken and why. Notetaking for reviewing the content Occasionally we need to take note as the only/the best way to remember the content for …

Remembering multiple objects

One of the key exercises in making markers is remembering multiple objects. We have several ways of representing the object that need to be remembered and several strategies to address the memorization task. The task is very similar to remembering several markers scattered across multiple unrelated sources. The subject is being addressed in various forms …

Does superlearning cure ADD/ADHD/dyslexia?

We have long ago discovered anecdotal evidence that our methodology REALLY helps he people who have learning disabilities. Some of our students suffered dyslexia and using mental markers jumped from 20wpm to 1200wpm. Other students had trouble focusing on the text and were “cured” by the joyful gamification of speedreading. Even the students with brain …

Rebalancing life and work

We all want to live happily and yet to achieve something in our life. This is called work-life-balance. Here is my personal experience from the last several months. One of the issues that I want to focus on is finding again the balance between work and life. First of all: why did I loose the …

Learning resources – cheatsheet

Guides at your disposal Link Descriptions Recommended usage Udemy Basic course on Udemy. First watch a section per day. After finishing the whole course, watch proper lecture according to your training. Wiki Mainly frequently used terms. Use this as a cheat-sheet to the lectures. Also if you cannot spare a dime for the actual course… …

Users are welcome to submit their posts

We are interested in your stories: your motivations, your progress, your personal discoveries, how you overcome difficulties, the strategies you have chosen. You can edit our new wiki or submit posts on this blog. Users are welcome to submit their posts. We will publish only the best of them. If you thing that your post …

Proposed training schedule

Welcome to the keytostudy training resources. If you have any issues with any page on this site please email info@ketostudy.com only. Almost all of our students on day one want to see the training schedule that will take them to their goal. With the release of the new courses, we decided to migrate to syllabus …

Test yourself – psychological tests of IQ

More often than not our students ask themselves: what kind of person am I? Do I have a good memory? Do I think fast? Am I better at spatial IQ, verbal IQ or emotional IQ? Now you can test yourself free of charge using simple questionnaires compiled by some of the best psychologists online. Press …