Critical readers or active readers remember anything for a long time.
A critical reader understands the purpose of reading the content and they know how to extract meaningful information out of it, and remember for a long time. Anybody can become a good reader by identifying the purpose of reading, relating the content idea with their past experiences or in general the background knowledge of the topic, creating a mental picture of the main concepts and ideas, asking questions with self and a group of people, rewording or rewriting the concepts in your own words and Finally saving the information in long term memory banks.
Often, people ask:
How can I improve my memory of studying?
How can you memorize things quickly?
Is it normal to not remember what you read?
What is the best way to memorize or remember what I study or read?
How to remember everything you read the first time?
Why can't we remember everything we read?
I will give the answers to all the questions here. We only remember something in two cases: