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Best of Mnemonic Examples

Mnemonics are generally known as memory aids. They help people to memorize or remember huge amount of data and information. These memories can be recalled in the sort of directories such as features, steps, periods, fractions, segments etc.

There are different kinds of mnemonics working as memory devices. Mnemonic examples come in many varieties and flavors. The effectiveness of a mnemonic depends upon the thoughts of people using it. Mnemonics are basically visual as well as verbal.

Some mnemonic examples are:

Musical Mnemonics: There are several music mnemonic examples. A well known musical mnemonic is the 'ABC' song through which children learn and remember the alphabets.

Word or Expression mnemonics: Word mnemonics are known to be the best and most commonly used mnemonics. In this type of mnemonics the first alphabet of each entry in a list is organized to make a phrase or word. For example the word 'FANBOYS' represents the seven conjunctions that are- For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet and So.

Name mnemonics: The first alphabet of each character from a list of facts is used to form a name of a commodity or an individual. For example if you arrange the first letters from the list of the colors of rainbow it becomes 'VIBGYOR'. Each letter of this word signifies a name of colors: violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red respectively.

Model Mnemonics: Model mnemonics characterize some information by making models to help people to realize and remember them. Pie diagram is an example of model mnemonics.