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  • 1. How to develop an incredible mind ROBERT BRUNET IQ responsible of AEGEE’s got Talent Universitat Rovira I Virgili, TarragonaRobert Brunet Page 1 of 51
  • 2. 1.General questions2.Multiple intelligences3.The mind & the memory4.Supermemory5. Photographic Reading6. General System of Study7. Preparing exams8. Psychometric testsRobert Brunet Page 2 of 51
  • 3. 1. General QuestionsRobert Brunet Page 3 of 51
  • 4. Who we are?· We are Humans.· Humans are characteristic for their mental capability.· Humans are uniquely to communication for self-expression, exchange ideas,…· The human body consists of a head, neck, torso, two arms and two legs.· In the human body are around 300 tirillion cells which are the basic unit of life.· The organ system of the body include the: musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, digestive, endocrine, integumentar, urinary, lymphatic, immune, respiratory, and reproductive system.· The most important organ is the brain which is part of the nervous system.Robert Brunet Page 4 of 51
  • 5. Our brain · The adult human brain weighs on average about  1.5 kg with a volume of around 1130 cm3. · Anatomists divide each himusphere into four “lobes”,  the frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, and  temporal lobe.Robert Brunet Page 5 of 51
  • 6. What is to be intelligent?· Intellectual ability significantly higher than average. It is usuallybelieved to be an innate, personal aptitude for intellectual activities thatcannot be acquired through personal effort.· Intelligence includes abilities such as: abstract thought, understanding,self-awareness, communication, reasoning, learning, retaining, planning andproblem solving. http://www.iqtest.dk/main.swf More than 130Robert Brunet Page 6 of 51
  • 7. 2. Multiple IntelligencesRobert Brunet Page 7 of 51
  • 8. Multiple IntelligencesThe theory of multiple intelligences (TMI) was proposed by HowardGardner in 1983.TMI differentiates intelligence into various specific modalities, ratherthan seeing it as dominated by a single general ability. • Logical-mathematical • Spatial • Linguistic • Bodily-kinesthetic • Musical • Interpersonal • Intrapersonal • Naturalistic • ExistentialRobert Brunet Page 8 of 51
  • 9. 1. Logical-mathematical• This area has to do with logic, abstractions, reasoning andnumbers.• It is often assumed to: mathematics, chess, computerprogramming and other logical or numerical activities(mathematical ability).• Also reasoning capabilities, recognizing abstract patterns,scientific thinking and investigation and the ability to performcomplex calculations.• Logical reasoning is closely linked to fluid intelligence and togeneral ability.Robert Brunet Page 9 of 51
  • 10. 2. Spatial•This area deals with spatial judgment and the ability to visualizewith the minds eye.• Careers which suit those with this type of intelligence includeartists,designers and architects.• A spatial person is also good with puzzles. Spatial ability is one ofthe three factors beneath g in the hierarchical model of intelligence.Robert Brunet Page 10 of 51
  • 11. 3. Linguistic• This area has to do with words, spoken or written.• People with high verbal-linguistic intelligence display a facilitywith words and languages. They are typically good at reading,writing, telling stories and memorizing words along with dates.• They tend to learn best by reading, taking notes, listening tolectures, and by discussing and debating about what they havelearned.• Those with verbal-linguistic intelligence learn foreign languagesvery easily as they have high verbal memory and recall, and anability to understand and manipulate syntax and structure.Robert Brunet Page 11 of 51
  • 12. 4. Bodily-kinesthetic• The core elements of the bodily-kinesthetic intelligence are controlof ones bodily motions and the capacity to handle objects skillfully.• In  theory,  people  who  have  bodily-kinesthetic  intelligence  should  learn  better  by involving  muscular  movement,  and  are  generally  good  at  physical  activities  such  as sports or dance. •  Careers  that  suit  those  with  this  intelligence  include:  athletes,  pilots,  dancers, musicians, actors, surgeons and soldiers.Robert Brunet Page 12 of 51
  • 13. 5. Musical • This area has to do with sensitivity to sounds, rhythms, tones, and music. • People with a high musical intelligence normally have good pitch and are able to sing, play musical instruments, and compose music. • Language skills are typically highly developed in those whose base intelligence is musical. In addition, they will sometimes use songs or rhythms to learn.Robert Brunet Page 13 of 51
  • 14. 6. Interpersonal • This area has to do with interaction with others. • People who have a high interpersonal intelligence tend to be extroverts, and they have the ability to cooperate in order to work as part of a group. • They communicate effectively and empathize easily with others, and may be either leaders or followers. •Careers that suit those with this intelligence include: sales, politicians, managers, teachers and social workers.Robert Brunet Page 14 of 51
  • 15. 7. Intrapersonal• This area has to do with introspective and self-reflective capacities.• This refers to having a deep understanding of the self; what yourstrengths/ weaknesses are, what makes you unique, being able topredict your own reactions/emotions.• Philosophical and critical thinking is common with this intelligence.• Many people with this intelligence are authors, physchologists,philosophers,…Robert Brunet Page 15 of 51
  • 16. 8. Naturalistic• This area has to do with nurturing and relating information toone’s natural surroundings.• Examples include classifying natural forms such as animal andplant species and rocks and mountain types; and the appliedknowledge of nature in farming, mining, etc.• Careers which suit those with this intelligence includenaturalists,farmers and gardeners.Robert Brunet Page 16 of 51
  • 17. 9. ExistentialAbility to contemplate phenomena or questions beyond sensory data,such as the infinite and infinitesimal. Careers or callings which suitthose with this intelligence include shamans, priests,mathematicians, physicists, scientists, cosmologists andphilosophers.Robert Brunet Page 17 of 51
  • 18. Multiple Intelligences Testhttp://www.mypersonality.info/basic-vs-pro/multiple-intelligences-testRobert Brunet Page 18 of 51
  • 19. 3. The mind & the memoryRobert Brunet Page 19 of 51
  • 20. 1. Mind• Mind is the faculty to our cells to think, reason, imagine, memorize, learn, feel,…Robert Brunet Page 20 of 51
  • 21. 2. Memory• Memory is the ability of an organism to store, retain, andrecall information and experiences.  Robert Brunet Page 21 of 51
  • 22. 3. Types of memory (I)Based on the time:- Short term: We retain for a short term. Like a telephone number,we need to write it down.- Middle term: We can retain this information for one or two days.- Large time horizon: We retain this information for months oryears.Robert Brunet Page 22 of 51
  • 23. 3. Types of memory (II)Based on the sense:- Visual: is the most powerful, for example when we are reading wetend to transform the words in images.- Auditive: is a very useful memory which allows use to remember adiscussion or a song.- Tasty: Who cannot remember the taste of some meals?- Smelt: We can also memorize and associate smells.- Touch: the sensation of the sand of the beach, of the cold water, ofa hot bath,…- Kinestetik: muscular movement that we assimilate in an irracionalmanner.Robert Brunet Page 23 of 51
  • 24. 4. How to memorize the infoWe can just memorize one thing “DATA”. The capital of France is Paris.Data: France capital ParisFocus: “France” & “Paris” France capital ParisRobert Brunet Page 24 of 51
  • 25. 5. Type of memorizable infoPure Data: is this information where there is not any logic relationbetween both focus.-Why the capital of China is named Pekin?- Is that were is impossible to find the correlation.Secuencial Data: is this information where there is a logicinterconextion between the focus.-Titanic crash with an iceberg a lot of people died. Remember to study is like to see a movie.Robert Brunet Page 25 of 51
  • 26. 6. Direction of the memorization· We have to memorize from more to less.· When are we studying we have to reason and understand theinformation, this is the way that the data will stay in hour mind for along time.· Repetition:- The repetition is one of the most used methodologies. But it is abad methodology.- We try to memorize pure data by repeting a lot of times.· Inverosimil association:- What happens when you see something amazing?- That this will be in your mind for a long time.- Then you have to do the same when you are trying to memorizeconvert flat data in something amazing that you cannot forget.Robert Brunet Page 26 of 51
  • 27. 4. SupermemoryRobert Brunet Page 27 of 51
  • 28. 1. Asociaciones inverosimiles· You have 5 minutes to remember this list of words: Tractor Lamp Monkey Botton Table Soccer Player Gorila Ship Easy? or Difficult? Bike Bottle Box Bull Book Clock Carpet Cloud Door Stone Sea BallRobert Brunet Page 28 of 51
  • 29. 2. Mental boxes (I)· It is a methodology to remember data in an ordered way. 0 z Starts with z 1 t Looks like 1 2 n Two legs 3 m Three legs 4 k Two legs + Two arms 5 s Looks like 5 6 x From de 6 7 f Looks like 7 8 B Looks like 8 9 d Looks like inverse of nine · The abecedarium has more consonants that we have to put in the previous boxes.Robert Brunet Page 29 of 51
  • 30. 2. Mental boxes (II)· You have 5 minutes to remember these telephone numbers: a/ Work: 43 05 62 b/ Bus Station: 78 65 09 c/ Airport: 36 12 30 d/ Theater: 90 62 38Robert Brunet Page 30 of 51
  • 31. 3. Build your mental box (I)· We associate a word in each of the boxes. 1 t Tea 2 n Noé 3 m Me 4 k KO 5 s See 6 x X (sex) 7 f Fee 8 B Be 9 d DoRobert Brunet Page 31 of 51
  • 32. 3. Build your mental box (II)· You have 5 minutes to remember these list of words:a/ Shoe/Telephone/Radio/Newspaepr/Tree/Sweet/Book/Bed/Carb/ Eat/Jump/Laugh/Paint/Run/Sleep/Work/Fihgt/SwimRobert Brunet Page 32 of 51
  • 33. 3. Build your mental box (III)· Build complete mental box from 1-100. 1 t Tea 2 n Noé 3 m Me … 10 … 100 · For the rest example 234, use comodin environmental situations. -100 Garden -200 Beach -300 Mountain -… · Same situation but in other environment.Robert Brunet Page 33 of 51
  • 34. 5. Speed-reading (SR)Robert Brunet Page 34 of 51
  • 35. 1. Why SR is so important ?1. We will be able to read 3 or 4 more times faster.3. We can be able to memorize the information easly.Robert Brunet Page 35 of 51
  • 36. 2. Problem when are we reading1. Follow lienally the words whitout stop to see them for an instance.3. Read too slow 1. Lose time 2. Lose concentration 3. Difficult to retain the knowledgeRobert Brunet Page 36 of 51
  • 37. 3. Methods for SR• When we are reading we have to use the pen to remark important information.• When we are reading, we don’t have to talk or think in other things.• When we are reading, we have to be in a calm space and in a good position.•Read faster is possible because the mental velocity that we canabsorbe is 60.000 words/minute (movie) and the fastest reading is1.000 words/minute.Robert Brunet Page 37 of 51
  • 38. 6. General System of StudyRobert Brunet Page 38 of 51
  • 39. 1. Problems when you want to studyAmong the main problem when we have to study: · We never find a good moment to sit and study. · We always have desorder our room. · We study and we don’t learn nothing because we are not concentrated. · Invest a lot of hours and we don’t obtain good qualifications. · Be unable to attend the professor. · Try to memorize word by word. · Feel eager, distressed, exhausted, stressed,…Robert Brunet Page 39 of 51
  • 40. 2. Place to study · Be always the same place. · Isolated. · Without noise. · With good ilumination. · Temperature between 17-20ºC. · Adquate furniture. · Clean and orderedRobert Brunet Page 40 of 51
  • 41. 3. Programm of study (I) A good plan of study can bring this advantages: · Give you a general idea of the work to do. · Avoids doubts and uncertainity about what to do, how and when. · Improve the distribution of the working and leisure time . · Minimize you pains and losing of time. · Avoid to study everthing the last day. To elaborate a work plan we have to take into account: · The time that you have to invest to study depends on your capacity and the difficulty of the subject. · It is interesting to start with the work of middle difficulty, continue with the hardest work and finish with the easiest. · During the morning you memorize fastest. During the afternoon is better to do practical exercises. · It is recommended to change subject every 40 minutes and rest for 5 minutes between them.Robert Brunet Page 41 of 51
  • 42. 3. Programm of study (II) Remember: · Review all the subject that you did on the class. · Finish the incomplete tasks. · Prepare lectures to broaden and deepen the subject. · Work with energy, decision and enthusiasm.Robert Brunet Page 42 of 51
  • 43. 4. Method of study (I)Method, is a set of ordered operations with we want to obtain aresult. Topic of study 1. Pre-read 2.1. Notas at the 2. Read margin 2.2. Underline 3. Schema 3. Summary 4. MemorizationRobert Brunet Page 43 of 51
  • 44. 4. Method of study (II) • Pre-read: global and schematic read of the general information. • Comprhensive read: should do it carefully and understand perfectly each concept. • Notes in the margin: have to express the main idea of each parragraph. Should be in the left. • Underlining: consist in remark the most important work of the topic of study. The underlining is the answer of the notes in the margin. • Schema: show graphically the ideas of the topic. • Summary: remark the principal ideas of the topic. The extension cannot be higher than the 20% of the text. • Memorize: retain the data that we want to assimilate after remember it.Robert Brunet Page 44 of 51
  • 45. 5. Tricks in the study1. It is better to study a little bit almost everyday either than a lot in certain periods.2. It is necessari to stop for 5-10 minutes every 50 minutes to let the mind relax and absorved all the information.3. The room where we are studying must have enough light.4. We have to study back from the solar light. If the light is artificial is better if it is en el techo.5. We have to study in a comfortable situation.6. We should study in a relaxed room, without noise and problems.7. We have to avoid distraction such as (TV, Internet,…).8. Before to start to study it is necessary to have all material with us: paper, pen, books,…9. The best moment to memorize is in the morning after breakfast.Robert Brunet Page 45 of 51
  • 46. 7. Preparing examsRobert Brunet Page 46 of 51
  • 47. 1. 9 ways to prepare finals• Start early: Get started at least a week before the exam.• Organize: Being making yourself a calendar outlining a daily schedule of topics for review.• Outline: As you read over your textbook and class notes, write a brief summary for each topic. Highlight the areas in your outline that were most troublesome.• Make flashcards:• Get help:• Sleep: You need at least seven hours of sleep a night to function. Tests are designed to make you think. If you are sleep-deprived, you won’t be able to remember any of the information you worked so hard to cram into your brain.• Stay calm: Do not panic at the exam! Even if at first glance the test is overwhelming, remember to breathe. If a question seems too hard, answer all the questions you know, then return to the ones you left blank. Remind yourself that you are prepared.• Don’t rush: You have spent at least two weeks studying, so what’s another couple of minutes? Work through the exam slowly and read all the questions before answering them.• Relax post-exam: Don’t let panic overwhelm you. Even if you think you bombed the exam, worrying will not change your score.Robert Brunet Page 47 of 51
  • 48. 2. Types of exams• Multiple choice questions• Short answer questions• Essay questions• Open book questions• Take home questions• Open questions• Oral questions• Practial questionsRobert Brunet Page 48 of 51
  • 49. 8. Psychometric testsRobert Brunet Page 49 of 51
  • 50. 1. Introduction•Aptitude tests are structured systematic ways of evaluatinghow people perform on tasks or react to different situations.•They have standardised methods of administration and scoringwith the results quantified and compared with how others havedone at the same tests.• Numerical Reasoning• Logical reasoning• Non-verbal Reasoning• Verbal Reasoning• Verbal Logic TestRobert Brunet Page 50 of 51
  • 51. Thanks for your attention! How to develop an incredible mind ROBERT BRUNET IQ responsible of AEGEE’s got Talent Universitat Rovira I Virgili, TarragonaRobert Brunet Page 51 of 51