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There are two stages to this method:
Benefits of this technique: you will be able to memorize so many essay plans by the time your exam is due, that a lot of these will come up at the exam anyway (or similar ones, so you'll have the possibility to compile bits of the memorized information to generate great essays from scratch).
There are aspects questions to keep in mind at this stage:
The three things that count:
The introduction is the essential part because you are signaling to the examiner that you are doing all these things.
The objective of this stage is to transfer all your essay plans into your brain so that you can use them later during the exam.
This is the last step towards effective memorization and it involves systematic spaced repetition. You can do it by using a retrospective timetable.
This technique involves creating a spreadsheet that starts with a list of subjects, topics or essays that you have put together and then inputting the dates on which you study those areas as well as color code the system to provide a visual representation as to which areas we might need to cover again.This method will give you an image of your progress and an overview of how well you know your essays.
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