Create a Brain Dip

Engages with your working memory

Within a few minutes

Encodes into your long-term memory

When students turn the information they want to remember into a Brain Dip, they gain two new things.

Realising they have this awesome

ability to remember anything  


Changing the relationship

they have with themselves 

I’m sure you will agree, we end up spending a great deal of time in our heads. For some of our young people, it's worrying about the future to being stuck in the past. 

However, given the opportunity, their minds can show them the incredible capacity to do so much more. From creating mind blowing concepts to solving problems with our creative potential.

This is all taking place in our imagination.

When we use the term imagination, this is not to be confused with what is “imaginary” but as we define:


"The ability to handle complex situations and construct specifically designed scenes in our brains"

Our imagination allows us to construct such complex events and create scenarios that are out of this world.

This is what a Brain Dip does. It engages with our ability to imagine which essentially becomes an experience like a memory.

This then encodes into a

long-term memory within minutes!

Therefore, students end up revising less reducing anxiety and stress.

Brain Dip is a new and highly efficient way of packaging information into the  long-term memory by revising less.

Students who demonstrated anxiety before every exam, after Brain Dip, had an Increase in self-esteem. They said they were realising their own potential

Brain Dip in a week

Students could remember their Brain Dip six months later without any revision. They became more confident in the subject

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Store the information you want to remember

Into your Long-term memory

By creating an episodic imagined experience

Using the Brain Dip method

We all have these episodes in our lives that we can recall without any revision.

Memories from our past that stay with us; memories that we can remember on demand known as 

Episodic memories.

These contain an abundant set of different features including the place, person, object and even the conversations during an event in our lives. All happening and connecting within our neural network which can be accessed on demand.

However, did you know, that place in our brains where our past memories can be retrieved, is also the same place for creating imagined events?

The process in retrieving a memory actually works alongside our imagination, or our ability to handle complex situations and construct specifically designed scenes.

All taking place in the hippocampus.

(Greek term for seahorse which would explain the image in our video)

When we want to remember something, we create a memory or an experience. It is the hippocampus that takes a main cognitive role and uses our imagination as part of the process.

(Otherwise known as Scene Construction Theory)

Your Brain Dip becomes like an episodic memory with the ability to encode and retrieve on demand.

Therefore, students using Brain Dip engage with the information without frustration as the process is so  easy and accessible. 

Create memories with Brain Dip and see the transformation in your students

Brain Dip is more than a revision technique

Brain Dip works with the imagination, not the information itself.

Where other techniques train you to highlight this important term, repeat this quote, keep testing yourself on these processes, or read this page over and over again.

Brain Dip focuses on how our neurons store information.

By taking the information and turning it into a Brain Dip is so much easier than current conventional methods.

Accessible definition: Material that engages the learner without frustration in an easy to use format where adults, regardless of their own cultural capital, can help with revision. 

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Remembered and imagined events rely on the same neurocognitive processes within the hippocampus.

Brain Dip can demonstrate how creative we can be. With our minds, our imagination, boosting our neurotransmitters such as serotonin and glutamate. The act of creativity itself excites our neurons to produce more glutamate. An essential response to enhance our learning and memory throughout our neural network.

Brain Dip also creates that space in a young persons mind where they can reflect, in the present moment, on how much they have achieved and what their new future holds. This encourages their neurons to produce serotonin. An essential response to help the flow and balance of emotions. Even being in the light of the sun helps with serotonin, that's why we created a portable classroom!

The more you use the Brain Dip technique the more calm and confident you will become.

This neural overlap between memory and imagination is where neurotransmitters play a major role in memory consolidation or helping establish an event in our neural network.

(Click here to learn more about our resources that stimulate other neurons)

No other revision technique is accessible to all and guarantees to increase confidence, grades and relationships at home as well as your neurotransmitters!

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Brain Dip brings about a positive change in behaviour through intrinsic rewards.

Students become more focused as they started to believe in themselves


Students learn best in a

positive state of emotion

Asking if they remember something is not about testing them but to see if they have connected with the work. This is what Brain Dip does