Why is Active Recall so effective? - Deepstash

Why is Active Recall so effective?

It's based on the "testing effect" – the idea that attempting to remember information leads to better long-term memory retention than passive studying. In simple terms, you learn by doing! 💡

Active recall method works because it makes your brain work hard. 💪 Each time you recall information, you strengthen the neural pathways in your brain, which leads to better memory retention. 

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Active Recall is truly a game-changer. With consistent practice, it can turn studying from a struggle into a successful and enjoyable process. Give it a try and unlock your full learning potential!

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