From the Back Cover
I've often wondered if perhaps the reason for this observation is because the experts really don't understand what they are looking at. In fact, in time, I firmly believe that science will learn that a much larger percentage of the human brain is used than they ever imagined. At least by some people.
There are many people, myself included, that believe we store everything we have ever experienced by every one of our senses in our brain. However, we need to learn how to access the important information in a meaningful way. In addition, some memories may actually be better to be suppressed; such as the memories of the loss of a loved one or a horrible accident. Surely some things are best left in the back of our mind. But what about all of the other information? Do we really store everything we have ever experienced?
Never fear difficult exams and certification tests again!
Have you ever lost a nights sleep worrying about an exam the following morning? I suspect most people have experienced this problem. Do you feel like you're never quite prepared enough to make the grade you need? Again, you're in good company. Almost everyone has shared the same insecurities when it comes to taking important exams. Fortunately, there is an easier way to deal with difficult exams and certifications. Check inside this book to learn more.
About the Author
Webmaster at Webdini.com
Author:"The Test Slayer's Handbook Volume 1"
and "Learning How To Eat (Again)"
Hometown: Charlton, Massachusetts.
Mr. Menard is a Computer Systems Engineer, Webmaster and an Author. Some of his work can be found in the form of virtually dozens of articles published on the Internet. His areas of expertise discussed in these articles include; IT Technical support; Certification preparation; effective dieting and weight maintainence. His current books include "Learning How To Eat (Again)" and "The Test Slayer's Handbook" Volume 1.