"The Memory Palace has been used since ancient Rome, and is responsible for some quite incredible memory feats. Eight-time world memory champion Dominic O'Brian, for instance, was able to memorize 54 decks of cards in sequence (that’s 2808 cards), viewing each card only once.
The Memory Palace technique is amazingly effective in all kinds of endeavors, such as learning a foreign language, memorizing a presentation you’re about to deliver, preparing for exams and many others — even if all you want is to jog your memory" (with thanks to http://litemind.com/memory-palace/)
Room 7 have been given the challenge to memorise 12 items, in the correct order by Wednesday this week, using the Memory Palace Technique. As part of the challenge they will be asked to identify parts of their memory palace story. Here are the 12 items below (the order is left to right). Good luck Room 7!
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