|Date of Creation||April 7 2019|
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Spaced Repetition System Description
Spaced repetition is a memory technique that involves reviewing and recalling information at optimal spacing intervals until the information is learned at a sufficient level. This technique helps your brain remember more information as it keeps the material fresh in your mind and forces you to use active recall. Spaced repetition can be applied to any form of education from grade school math problems all the way up to graduate computer algorithms.
Spaced repetition is extremely effective in improving long-term memory recall when compared to other study methods such as rote learning and cramming before exams (repetition without spacing). It also increases the chance of an individual acquiring knowledge that is transferable to other contexts, and it reduces the overall amount of time spent on study sessions.
This is a simple and automatic spaced repetition template to boost your studies.
- Do not erase or change any formula, any change may affect the functioning of the template.
- Just add the information in the table view and track your revision schedule in the calendar view.
Clear the examples in the table view and start your review schedule. The Revision, Name, Date and First Contact properties need to be filled in manually.
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