I read a lot of advanced math and computational science literature which requires the reader to be pretty involved most of the time. I usually read and simultaneously take notes, solve and comment in margins. However, when should I wait and review what I just read?
Is there some literature on this? I remember reading something about reviewing all that you read every 5 pages or something.
If I wait too long to review, after a certain point, I forget what I am doing and why I am doing it. The process becomes mechanical and I lose my intuition.
If I review too often, its boring because there is no thrill of learning.
If it is relevant, I practice Pomodoro and I keep the first minute to review the page which I was on.
Note: I am looking for literature (or at least well founded anecdotal evidence) on this. Not "do it when you feel you are forgetting" subjective answers.