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Spaced Interval Repetition Technique

Based on over a century of research, the Spaced Interval Repetition technique is a memorization technique largely developed in the 1960's and is a phenomenal way of learning and remembering vast amounts of information very efficiently. The basic premise behind spaced interval repetition is that you spend a little bit of time rehearsing (e.g., learning) information at strategic times, which is a much more efficient way of learning than simple repeated drill-and-practice or "cramming." Click here to learn more about the Spaced Interval Repetition technique.

prepared by Jonathan Thomas-Stagg, Ph.D.