Spaced repetition, make your brain store information

A simple way to do spaced repetition is to use flashcards organised into a box. Set up a schedule for when you will revise the cards in each of the sections in your box. If you answer a card correctly, you put it into a section that you will revisit less frequently in the future, whereas if you get the answer wrong, you move the card into a section scheduled for frequent visits.
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