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Yes, it will sort of balance out, but it will take a while. I'm using Anki as well, and as soon as cards are getting into the mature state, and are steadily spreading away further and further, they will ease on your workload. When your workload gets too much, it often helps to take some kind of digestion break, to allow the bulk of cards to spread into the ...


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I've been struggling with my learning productivity for a while. I've cottoned on to using Spaced Repetition. Here is my list of Do's and Don'ts: Learn before trying to memorize Keep your information in small chunks (split big things up) Start with the basics : Create a summary of just the simple concepts first More advanced concepts will be easier to ...


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The solution I found was to use an online WYSIWYG LaTeX editor. I chose to use the Online LaTeX Equation Editor at codecogs.com but there are others. I found the codecogs editor superior for the following reasons: It generates the resulting image in realtime, so no waiting for it to generate. You can easily set the font face, size, and weight/boldness. ...


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People experienced in maintaining recall of huge decks of spaced-repetition flashcards will tell you that each card should only really contain a unit of information, not more. Work with how your brain interprets atomic information for each given case, but specifically for language reading and meaning are indeed completely separate things. Since you keep ...


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It's probably easiest to find something if you're sticking to a license you understand and can fulfill the requirements of. Both flickr and google images offer search functions delivering only images under a certain license: Flickr, Creative Commons Google advanced image search allows specifying the License for imaging. When setting up your deck in Anki, ...



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