That's a tough one! Do you have a sample of what these addresses are like?
There are a few processes that I have found that help me memorize.
First, it helps if it is something familiar. If you know how the addresses are formatted, you could make your own samples to memorize. Practice on them.
Second, it helps to make things relevant to other things that you know. Is there some way that you can relate the addresses. For instance:
This mnemonic gives you the first letter of the street names. It's easier to remember than an unrelated series of street names.
Also, when possible chunk the information into small bites. People remember around 7 things at a time. Put items into groups of 5-7 to memorize more effectively.
At the end of the post, I'll give you a link to some memory strategies that I found when I was looking for information.
Having an emotional response is one way to enhance memory. That's why teachers try to incorporate humor into their lectures. Fear works, too, but I think humor is better!
Finally, stress, in limited amounts is your friend. It helps you remember. Overwhelming stress is horrible for memory formation. That's why you need to work to lower your stress level and get plenty of sleep. If you ordinarily drink coffee or tea, do so. If you don't usually do it, then do not do it on the day of the test. Routines help us stay in balance. Follow your routine.
Here's that memory link. Let us know if any of this helps! What do the rest of you think? Do you have any tricks/strategies that can help MyDadsJoy? Please post! Memory Strategies