Spaced repetition is a learning technique that incorporates increasing intervals of time between subsequent review of previously learned material; this exploits the psychological spacing effect.

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Is there a task manager that incorporates spaced repetition learning?

I'm having students in mind, let's suppose that a student plans to prepare exam for next month. According to the "forgetting curve", the key for successful study is spaced repetition learning. Are ...
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What is a good algorithm for spaced review?

I made a wall calendar outlining study tasks to complete over a 2-year period. Each day, there are 3 new tasks (each coming from 1 of 3 textbooks). Each day, I'll progress through the activities in ...
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Should daily reviews eventually balance out with a space repetition algorithm?

I use Anki for studying. I add 20 new facts each day. Over the past few months, I have noticed that each day, I have slightly more words to review than the previous day. Over time, this is adding up, ...
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Is it beneficial or detrimental to supplement spaced repetition programs with other flashcards?

I am in the process of studying for a large Japanese Language test (JLPT N1) for which I need to learn a large amount of characters and vocabulary (2000+ characters, 10,000+ vocabulary). I've been ...
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Articles or tips on formulating (non-language related) knowledge into flashcards for spaced repetition software

There are two main articles I'm aware of about formulating knowledge into flashcards suitable for spaced repetition software (SRS). Twenty rules of formulating knowledge - Piotr Wozniak Knowledge ...