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Dec
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comment Preparing questions when studying some topic
You're right. I have more motivation since I'm convinced that the topic is interesting since it concerns me, my professor, and the classroom. When I try to study myself, I don't have this kind of motivation. I will use spaced repetition by helper software in the following days and try to examine how it goes with me. I hope to identify the information I need and let them be in my deck, but remove the others on the fly. Thanks also for the multiple intelligence test.
Dec
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comment Preparing questions when studying some topic
This is a great answer. I've been thinking about it for a while but I was unaware of P. Wozniak or any structured research on repetition. Thank you very much. I installed Ankidroid on my phone and Anki on my desktop, and exploring the capabilities right now. I think, I have some difficulties to convert the data I process to some graspable information, and I need to master this by trying and thinking on it. Your example to divide it to smaller chunks will definitely help. I want to apply it more on math and programming actually. Let's try and see how it helps :)
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answered App for storing and managing quiz questions
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comment What to mention in a talk that helps the audience to become more productive?
+1 Here you go. I've changed my title with the new aim.
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