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In the art of studying, we have the fundamentals: active recall which is recalling information and encoding. It has multiple techniques such as distinctiveness, imagery and memory traces.

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A great reader and writer. Here is the full series: https://dsta.sh/FWYHadQzx6CXdzrK7

Are you studying the day before the exam? Or are studying while the teacher is distributing the papers?Either way this course will serve as a guide in studying in all situations, even when the teacher is distributing. Master the fundamentals and techniques, and you will survive every test (maybe)

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