WMC 2017
HOW TO BECOME A MEMORY CHAMPION?

Memory sport is referred to the competition in which the each of the participants would attempt on memorizing the words, numbers, cards, abstract images, binary numbers etc. and then recall them in the same order. Memory Competition sport mainly developed in the year 1991 and the game features the National and International championships.

When you like to become a Memory Champion and unleash Memory Power, then getting the professional help would be more possible. Coaching for the National Memory Championship is offered by the experts who train you across the different Ancient as well as Modern Memory techniques. Students could conveniently memorize hundreds of names, digits, cards as well as other information with the innovative steps.

Get the amazing opportunity to become the Memory Champion with awesome training within the required time. 

Unstoppable Wisdom Academy is specialized in training individuals who are interested to participate in National & International Championship and Authorized by Indian Memory Sport council to promote Memory Sports in India

Our Success Story: Indian Memory Athletes bagged 4th place competing for 18 counties at China. Our Achievements has been greatly appreciated by Vice-President of India Hon’ble Shri Venkaiah Naidu.

There is a great opportunity to become a Memory Champion within a few months.

Coaching session :

  • Duration : 6 Months (Weekly 2 sessions)
  • Age Group :  Kids : 9 - 12 Yrs, Junior 13 - 18, Adult 19 - 57, Senior 58 +
  • Venue : Classroom OR Online Course (Skype or Whatsup Video call)
 
There are 10 discipline in National  & International Memory Championship

1. Random Words :

A list of generally known words organized in columns of 20 words with 5 columns to a page. Competitors must start at the first word of column one and remember as many of the words (in that column) in order as possible.

Random words

2. Binary Numbers

Computer-generated numbers are presented in rows of 30 digits with 25 rows per page. (750 digits per page). Competitors have to memorize and recall as many rows as possible and write them in the same sequence.

  • Memorization time : 5 mins (National) 30 Mins (International)
  • Recall time : 15 mins (National) 60 Mins (World)

Binary number sample

3. Names and Faces :

Competitors will be given the Colour photographs of different people with a first name and a second name printed underneath each picture. Competitors have to memorize and recall as many names as possible and link them to the right face.

  • Memorization time : 5 mins (National) 15 Mins (International)
  • Recall time : 15 mins (National) 30 Mins (International)
4. Random Numbers:

Computer-generated numbers are presented in rows of 40 digits with 25 rows per page. Competitors have to memorize and recall as many rows as possible and write them in the same sequence.

  • Memorization time : 5 mins (National) 30 Mins (International)
  • Recall time : 15 mins (National) 60 Mins (International)

Random number sample

5. Random Cards

To commit to memory and recall the sequence of 52 playing cards. Competitors can memorize and recall as many rows as possible within a specific time and write them in the same sequence.

  • Memorization time : 10 mins (National) 60 Mins (World)
  • Recall time : 30 mins (National) 120 Mins (World)
6. Speed Numbers :

To commit to memory as many random digits  ( eg 1, 3, 5, 8, 2, 5, etc.) as quickly as possible, every rows of 40 digits, and recall them perfectly.

  • Memorization time : 5 mins (National & World)
  • Recall time : 15 mins (National & World)
7. Abstract Images

The sequence of abstract images in A4 pages each containing 10 rows of 5 images each. The images are considered to be in order e.g. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Competitors need to memorize and recall as many rows as possible and write them in the same sequence.

  • Memorization time : 5 mins (National & World)
  • Recall time : 15 mins (National & World)

Abstract Images Sample

8. Historic / Future Dates

To commit to memory and recall as many fictional numerical historic/
future dates as possible and link them to the right historic event. 100 different historic dates with 40 dates on a page will be given. The historic dates lie between the years 1000 and 2099.

  • Memorization time : 5 mins (National & World)
  • Recall time : 15 mins (National & World)

9. Spoken Numbers (2 Trials: 100 and 200 Digits)

A recording is played that has a clear voice reading out decimal digits in English (1,5,4,8 etc) or the Adjudicator will read out the decimal digits in a clear voice. Competitor can memorize and recall as many Spoken Numbers as possible.

  • Memorization time : <5 mins (National & World)
  • Recall time : 5 mins (National & World)
10. Speed Cards (2 Trials)

To commit to memory and recall a single pack (deck) of 52 playing cards in the shortest possible time.

  • Memorization time : <5 mins (National & World)
  • Recall time : 5 mins (National & World)
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