***** ABOUT LEITNER *****
Spaced repetition is a learning method that incorporates increasing intervals of time between subsequent review of previously learned material in order to exploit the psychological spacing effect.
In the 1970s Sebastian Leitner devised his 'Leitner System', an all-purpose spaced repetition Learning system based on flashcards which are great for memorizing.
A flashcard is a piece of card with a question on the front and the answer on the back. Question or answer can be a single word (title), text or a picture. Use flashcards to memorize vocabulary words, quotes, facts, periodic table of elements, etc.
Leitner is also useful for language exams like TOEFL and GRE. Leitner system includes five levels (sub-boxes or groups). Made flashcards move to the next level each time you remember the answer correctly. If you fail, the flashcard goes back to the beginning. The higher the level, the less frequently you should review the flashcards it contains. When you answer a card in level5 correctly, App archives the card; maybe you want to have a general review again. Quiz time intervals in the App are 1,2,4,8 and 16 days after you start Leitner method.
There are also three sample pre-made boxes in white color.
1- If you have hundreds flashcards in one subject, try to break them into smaller units. Put 20-30 cards in each box. your brain will not able to process too much information at once.
2- You will serve your brain better by making your own flashcards instead of using pre-made cards.
3- Adding pictures to your cards can make them a lot more memorable, however, a mixture of pictures and words works better than pictures alone.
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