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The Feynman technique

The Feynman technique

In this technique, you just have to read the chapter that you want and then imagine that you're a teacher and explain that chapter in your own words do this for 1 hour and take a 5-10 minutes break. This will increase your retention power and by this technique, you can learn things for a long period of time. 

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