Which is the right approach for learning?#2

How to learn efficiently

If you go to your parents and ask them what should I do so that I never forget a concept then there is a 99% chance that your parents will say that read that concept 30 times or 40 times. I am not saying that that thing is wrong but do you think that reading a concept so much time is efficient in this world where everything is fast.

So today I will tell you how to remember a concept at the speed of light. The name of the method is active recall and as the name suggests that in this method you don’t have to feed your brain with knowledge. You have to recall that knowledge from your brain.

In this method, you have to read the text and close the book and try to recall It and this is the technique. After you have done this just test yourself with Feynman Technique

look when you are reading you are not doing anything everything is passive your brain is not doing anything. But during active recall, you are refreshing connections of your brain from time to time and it is not a slow and steady technique you will see the results in 5–10 minutes, and after a test, you can’t forget it if you do frequent revision. In revision, you don’t have to read. there you have to recall so that you know that what you already have in your brain and only learn those things that are vanished.

All posts of course:-

  1. Introduction
  2. How to Understand everything with a secret technique
  3. Which is the right approach for learning
  4. How to learn new content
  5. How to take notes
  6. If you don’t want to take notes then what to do with that time?
  7. What to do if you learn one thing and forget it after some time?
  8. Best time table for learning
  9. The best alternative of time table
  10. How to learn things at 3x speed?
  11. Should you Re-read your notes?
  12. How to get the motivation to do the work?
  13. How to reduce distractions while you are doing your work?
  14. Problems with focus?
  15. Best music to study with.

science student who studies 4 sciences simultaneously. interested in technology and preparing to be a doctor.