Rhymes are powerful memory devices. Create a rhyme, and you’ll dramatically improve your recall. Like I used rhyme (even when I didn't know it's one of learning strategies) in my psychology class when teacher was doing test on us if chunking would help us, well I used rhyme to remember words and first time without chunking I used rhyming and got 21/25 words right.
This involves people recalling information and then start making connection with it. I used it in my English class when we were reading a book and it helped me because I connected it with my life so I could easier understand what the book is about and helped me analyze it better.
This strategy involves in using acronyms. I used this strategy in my math class so I could remember what you have to do in first, mathematical order of operations (Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition and Subtraction) and this helped me in my math tests.
This strategy involved you getting interested in what you learning, because usually people tend to remember something better if they are interested in it. For example I used it in my psychology class , I got interested in psychology and terms there were like what they mean and what they used for , so I used this method and it helped me in term quiz.
This method is not effective for most things, like usually you don't have pictures on your tests, but it can still help. For example I used in and it helped me in my art class to put painters name to their pictures and identify them.