Rememorizer is a flash card program that aids in extremely efficient memorization like phone numbers, birthdays, math, etc..
A flash card program that aids in efficient memorization. Helps you memorize items around 10 to 50 times faster than with regular flash cards. Simular to SuperMemo. Works on PocketPC, PalmOS, Windows, Linux, and others (thanks to SuperWaba).
This is a program that can help you memorize large amounts of information with the minimum amount of effort. It does this through the use of active recall (meaning - no true/false or multiple choices) and time spaced repetitions (inspired in part by the research of Dr. Piotr Wozniak).
The spacing of the repetitions is the key to maximizing speed and efficiency of the memorization process. Some other programs that use this same method make the claim that you should be able to learn up to 10-50 times faster, when compared with traditional methods such as flashcards. From my experience I have found this to be true.
Feed Rememorizer questions that you want to remember along with some initial parameters for each question and then it will determine when tests and drill should be run. Be sure to answer the questions honestly and try to complete all tests and drills everyday.
The answers must be very small. It is important not to have answers that are lists of things or are otherwise too long. There are several ways to break difficult questions down into smaller pieces (see the example qustions below on this page).
What's New in This Release:
· Added: Auto-Save, Added grid on main screen, fixed changing of default font, added import from clipboard, allow show image buttons on preview screens, added more shortcut keys that help with newer handhelds (lifedrive, TX), added goto next text when doing a series of tests, now including unicode converter in project and windows installer, other bug fixes.