Active recall is a powerful learning approach. Learn to use active recall and optimize your studying.

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There four different learning styles – Visual, Auditory, Reading/Writing and Kinesthetic. You can identify your learning style by identifying the mode of study that gives you the best learning outcome.

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You can improve your memory and recall by using these strategies – mnemonic devices, repetition, chunking, spaced learning, and writing things down. These strategies alone can help you to improve your memory and recall. To improve further, you must know the role of exercise and sleep in your ability to improve your memory and recall.

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There is no one-size fits all approach to determine how long you should revise for your exam. Nevertheless, there are ideal steps you can take to understand the best frequency for your exam revision. You should first get an overview of the course materials covered. This will help you plan out your exam revision. Next, gauge your understanding of the course materials by testing yourself with practice questions. Based on your self-test, you can determine an ideal frequency for your revision with the spaced-learning methodology.

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