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Interleaving versus overlearning

Interleaving versus overlearning

Interleaving means practicing by doing a mixture of different kinds of problems requiring different strategies.

Overlearning means continuing to study or practice a problem immediately after some criterion has been achieved. For example, correctly solving a certain type of math problem and then immediately solving several more problems of the same kind.

Overlearning provides diminishing returns.

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