Don’t Memorise goes Interstellar!

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Ever since the sound barrier was broken, scientists have become obsessed with how they can break the light speed barrier! Science fiction writers have given us many images of interstellar travel, but traveling at the speed of light is simply imaginary at present. The concept of ‘Warp drive’, a term commonly used for faster than light travel remains highly speculative.

Whilst we wait for science to advance, take your mind on an interstellar journey with our ‘Warp Math’ videos…….

Challenge your brain’s fitness and whizz through mathematical galaxies with us!  Together we will solve complicated mathematical problems in the fastest and most efficient way. Travel through our series of videos on multiplication of large numbers and complex division all the way to squares and square roots and cube and cube roots.

So go ahead, ignite your grey matter with our ‘Warp Math’ workout and travel faster than the speed of light!!

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We painted our dream!

15082101 boy painting wall is constantly being upgraded and enhanced to give you the best learning experience possible. This time we have gone all out and given her a total makeover. We are sure her new features will get you hooked!

Access resources and information at a single glance with our new streamline homepage. No more constantly having to click to find your ‘learning’, simply scroll down!

Register as a user to access intricate features for creating your own self organized learning environment! Click the ‘heart’ of your favourite courses so they remain highlighted on your dashboard. Use the ‘progress bar’ on each course to keep track of your learning. Select the ‘bookmark’ icon on individual videos you want to refer to again and find them catalogued in your personal bookmark list. Picking up where you left off just got a whole lot simpler!!

Challenge your conceptual learning with our exciting ‘Know More!’ quests…and get rewarded along the way. More on this shortly!

To experience all this and much more log onto

As always we would love to know what you think about our ‘leading lady’! Compliments, suggestions for further improvements and even features that don’t work for you are all welcome.

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Back to School!

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“You’re off to great places!

Today is your day!

Your mountain is waiting,

So get on your way!”       

                                                        – Dr. Seuss

For many of our learners, September sees the end of the summer vacations and the start of another school year. We hope that you have had a fun filled summer and are set to make new friends, work with new teachers and take on the challenges that lie ahead.

At Don’t Memorise we have been busy over the summer putting together more exciting new content on our site to support you with your learning journey. There are also many more enhanced features giving you an experience that puts the ‘fun’ back into exploring and understanding new concepts!

We pride ourselves in being able to give our learners complete support. Aside from creating educational resources, Don’t Memorise can be found helping students resolve specific problems on Thousands of students from over 79 countries have had their learning supported by Don’t Memorise to date. So, if you have any specific queries, come chat with us on!

Enjoy the ‘Back to School’ phase and the new school year! Remember, Don’t Memorise is with you every step of the way ensuring your learning journey is a successful one.

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Going Live : GMAT Launch

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Listen up, fellow learners!

We at Don’t Memorise have some exciting news! After months of hard work behind the scenes, including putting up snippets of our work on YouTubeGMAT math content is now live on our website!

We have tried to make tough topics such as Time, Speed, Distance and Permutations and Combinations fun and easy to learn. As always, we welcome your feedback, positive or otherwise, with open arms. So keep it coming!

Don’t forget to stay tuned to our Youtube Channel for previews of new content being added in the coming months!

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Going Live : CBSE Playlists and more…

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It’s been a busy few months at Don’t Memorise. We have a new look with lots of new content available! There are now tailored playlists for CBSE grades 6-9 mathematics curriculum, making it simpler for students and teachers to access relevant topics. You can also check out our YouTube channel for a sneak peek of upcoming videos. With your feedback we are working towards releasing a revamped user interface soon. Watch this space for more updates!

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Team Work, the ‘Force’ behind Don’t Memorise

“The Force is what gives a Jedi his power. It’s an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together”

Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi

Team Work

In celebrating ‘Star Wars Day’ we would like to take the opportunity to introduce you to the ‘Force’ that gives ‘Don’t Memorise’ its power – our team! The brains behind all the content in our videos is Ganesh P. Ganesh, by profession an engineer, is an experienced online tutor – his real interest lies in creating learner centric ‘lessons’ through technology!

Our technical and creative team members work their magic with Ganesh’s content. Ganesh J, Rahul, Pratik and Akash love trying out new software and work diligently to ensure a visual experience that uses the most cutting edge technology! Complementing the work that they do we have the incredibly talented husband and wife duo – Zeedee and Shabia. Zeedee is the voice behind more than a thousand videos. She works tirelessly through voice over after voice over, often into the wee hours of the morning while we are all still sleeping…even Shabia! Shabia, with his passion for experimenting with music composes the scores that you hear in all our videos.

We also have Shirley, our in house artist who has sketched many of the images you see in our videos. Their combined talent is what brings ‘learning to life’ in our captivating videos!

So who reaches out to our community?

Keya runs the editorial for our blog, as well as interacts with our Facebook friends! Having left the corporate sector Keya has free-lanced as an English Language trainer, both privately and with NGOs.  She is currently writing her thesis in the implementation of alternative learning styles, which is her passion.

We also have two lovely interns as part of our team. Samira, who enjoys helping students solve their queries, interacts on various sites on our behalf. Samyukta uses her cryptic mind to think up questions for our upcoming quizzes. The challenge lies not only in answering questions but also in creating them! is masterfully built and continuously developed by Bas. Bas, with his specialist expertise has designed an innovative User Interface for what would otherwise be a dull educational website.

Finally, what is any great team without a mentor? Yes, we do have our very own ‘Grand Jedi Master’, who guides, advises and inspires us! The collective contribution of all our team members is the energy field that drives our mission – ‘Don’t Memorise, Know More!’ May the Force be with you!

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Don’t Memorise, Know More!

Contemporary learning is not just about ‘knowing things’ but about ‘knowing more’!

So here’s what Don’t Memorise is all about:

We are passionate about creating captivating educational videos that are freely accessible to all.

With our ‘Don’t Memorise, Know More!’ philosophy the learner always remains at the very heart of what we do. We relate theory to real life using a simple story format for better understanding. Taking into consideration the average concentration levels of learners all our videos are bite sized. These are just a few of the ways that make our videos learner centric!

Don’t Memorise can be used by students to review concepts, parents to refresh their knowledge and even teachers who ‘flip’ their classrooms. Right now we have an online library of around 1300 videos, regularly accessed by individuals in North America, Australia and Asia. We are working on adding many more videos in the coming months!

We look forward to sharing our journey and experiences with you here.