Posted 04/28/2012 06:56
My name is Peter and I am 29 years old. I am currently a hydraulic repair technician. I completed the test in about 20 minutes and made 4 mistakes.
When I first heard about the School of Phenomenal Memory I was very excited. My memory had never been great as I had never consciously tried to improve it. The price tag was more than I had at the time, so I read the GMS manual while I saved up some money. The concepts in the manual seemed so simple and well explained that I wondered if the course was even worth it, but I can now say that it definitely is. Just the figurative code reference book is worth the price of the whole course. Having the lessons to do on a regular basis makes using the system into a habit. I have been using what I've learned tentatively to remember lock combinations, to do lists, and even key points in books or articles I read that seem worth remembering permanently.