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Related to veda's answer, you could punish yourself when you forget to do one of these things. A very simple way to do it would be to carry a rubberband around your wrist, and snap yourself everytime you fail to perform a desired action. If you forgot your keys, snap. Left a light on, snap. There was another user here that did a similar type of reward ...


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I use electronic mind maps to take most of my school notes and make sense of them. They support finding connections between parts of the topic, and they make things easier to grasp and remember. There is a lot of theory behind how they work and how they should be used, but I started using them intuitively and they’ve worked great for me ever since. I use ...


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What you describe is the way I study. Except i write 'books' instead of wiki's because math is easier to write in LaTeX than html. Have a look at http://cs-syd.eu/projects.html to see the notes I've written. I think this is a great idea, especially if you publish your notes. It will force you to make sure they're neat and of high quality. Moreover teaching ...


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It has been established that you are more likely to remember things that you've written down. I know of no study which examines the productivity benefits of having a personal wiki. But the existence of several such tools does tell us that there are lots of people who like it. Try it and see if it works for you. Myself, I tried creating one but I found ...



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