Repeating at intervals, in that manner, will enable... - Deepstash
<ul><li>Repeating at intervals...

  • Repeating at intervals, in that manner, will enable you to memorize a thing in about one-half the time required to do it in one sitting. 
  • After we memorize a thing, we forget as much during the first eight hours as we do during the next thirty days, so go over your notes just a few minutes before you rise to make your talk.
  • The third law of memory is association. You can associate things by thinking about them from all angles, asking questions, and connecting them to other things you know.

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