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There are 2 fundamental principal of memory 1) Imagination and 2) Association As we know when we were kid, we were taught A for

Apple (with figure of apple) It is !ecause our mind was aware of apple (!ecause we had seen it) !ut it was unaware of alpha!et A Therefore !y associating A with apple, we remem!ered alpha!et A "ame logic hold good in remem!ering case laws and section num!er as well To remem!er section num!er first of all we need to con#ert that num!er into other su!stance or things we know $or e%ample& num!er 1'2 is meaningless for us, therefore it needs to !e con#erted into meaningful su!stance There is a ()*+,TI- .,T)*/ which can fulfill this purpose "o we need to understand !asic principle of phonetic system (rinciple of PHONETIC METHOD
There are 0 rules for con#ersion of num!er into words

1ule1) con#erting num!er into alpha!et as !elow +um!er 3 1


Alpha!et 4, " t, d n

how to remem!er2
Zeros (first and last alphabet of zeros t and d !oth has 1 down stroke

n has 2 down stroke

5 6

m 1 7 :,; =, > $, ? (, !

m has 0 down strokes

$ou1 (last alpha!et of four) in 1oman num!er 63 87


there are two < in alpha!et =( now if u remem!er k, then you can remem!er > as =ing and >ueen)

' @

@ when turned upside down it looks like p and !

1ule2) we should ignore ?*A,7"( a,e,I,o,u) and A,),B +o num!er is assocated with ?*A,7" and A)B (to remem!er this rule, remem!er acronymswhy #owels are not used2) 1ule0) /ou!le letter to !e construed as single letter example -on#ert num!er 61 into words using phonetic method "olution& the num!ers are 6 and 1 687 and 18t or d Then possi!le words are 7*TA(we ignored #owel o and a 7C/* (we ignored #owel u and o) )*7I/AB, (we ignored ), B, and #owela, I,o ) Aa 77eT (w, a, e are ignored *ne 7 is ignored since dou!le letters are treated as single letterD

A))*A T* 1,.,.E,1 ",-TI*+ +C.E,12

After knowing !asic principle of Phonetic system, we can remem!er section num!er easily There are 5 steps to remem!er section num!er The steps are demonstrated with an e%ample ,%ample "ection 2<5 deals with /isFualification of /irector +ow to remem!er this section Ae follow following steps "tep1 con#ert 2<5 into words using (honetic method one of the possi!le word is +au=a1i "tep2 $ind =ey word in -ontent of section In this case key word is /isFualification or /isFualify "tep0 link step1 and step2 , with your own sentence Try to make as funny sentence as possi!le The funnier the sentence is , more easy to remem!er $or e%ample a sentence can !e agar yeh director disFualify ho gaya toh isse kahi #i +aukari nahi milegi "tep5) try to #isualiGe situation strongly Imagine that director is a!out to !e disFualified to act as such, and he is not getting +aukari (Ho!) anywhere Try to create mental picture of director hunting for Ho! after !eing disFualified )ow to remem!er in e%am22 After following a!o#e 5 steps , remem!ering section num!er is so easy +ow if u e#er need to remem!er in which section does disFualification of director falls, then you will automatically remem!er those mental picture of director who is not getting +aukari anywhere As soon as u get those words +aukari it can !e con#erted into num!er as 2<5

"ome more e%ample&

1)"ection 292 deals with filling of casual #acancies !y Eoard "tep1) con#ert 292 into wordsI possi!le word is +agin "tep 2) choose keyword from content of section the keyword is causal #acancies "tep0) To remem!er this, the sentence can !e created as in case of casual #acancies , only +agin can !e appointed

"tep5) #isualiGe the situation nagin is taking oath while !eing appointed as director in case of casual #acancies Though you may find this techniFue !it nonsense !ut remem!er only nonsense , stupidity, oddity are easier to remem!er

(E) )ow To remem!er -A", 7aws

after knowing phonetic system and concept of association, remem!ering case laws is also a simple task The steps in#ol#ed are discussed !elow along with e%ample ,%ample) In I/T we ha#e case law .unicipal -orporation *f ;reater .um!ai(1@@9)(s c) it is the landmark Hudgement dealing with .o#a!ility of article or su!stance This is also called as Test of permanence To remem!er this we should follow !elow mentioned steps& "tep1 find keyword from name of case It is .unicipal if this keyword is comforta!le for u, then its ok, !ut in case if u find it uncomforta!le, then it can also !e changed to its nearest word for e%ample .unicipality "tep2 $ind keyword in fact of case Ae ha#e Test of (ermanence as key word +ow read this key words slowly and try to find the known word arising out of it It is possi!ly (ermanent Test "tep 0) -on#ert the year of Hudgement into Aords using (honetic method )ere 1@@9 can !e treated as @9 only Eecause e#en if we remem!er @9, we can remem!er 1@@9 Thus @9 can !e con#erted into (ig "tep5 -reate sentences of ur own which can effecti#ely link all keywords from step(1I0) in a funny way The possi!le sentence can !e& .unicipality walon ne permanent Test khelne ke liye (ig ko select kia

"tep6) #isualiGe the situation mentally and strongly )ow to remem!er in e%am222 $or instance if we ha#e to remem!er decided case in test of permanence our mind will automatically link to the mental picture where .unicipality personnel were selecting (i; now if word municipality is known, then .unicipal corporation of ;reater .um!ai will automatically known And if (ig is known then year can !e known as @981@@9

Another Example:
manufacture means !ringing into e%istence a new su!stance ( / - . #s --,)(1@<<) )ere / - . can !e con#erted into /elhi chief minister for !etter recall Bear 1@<<8<< can !e con#erted into the word =aka The keyword from fact of case is !ringing into e%istence a new su!stance +ow link all sentence in a funny way the possi!le sentence can !e /elhi -hief ministerJs kaka is !ringing into e%istence a new su!stance ( it can !e #isualiGed in a funny way as /elhi chief ministerJs kaka is gi#ing !irth (ie !ringing into e%istence a new su!stance) "o friend remem!ering case laws and section num!er is not a pro!lemKHust trigger ur sense of humour and make funny linking C will remem!er amaGingly
Extracts from: Harry Lorayne's "How to develop a Super Memory" book