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  1. I've answered this question before.�

    It will be most effective to understand the essence of the issue. When you understand what you are teaching, then you don't really have to teach. Of course, you can memorize it, but it will not be stored in your memory for centuries, and if you understand, understand and explain everything to yourself, then all the knowledge and tickets will automatically decompose in your head.�

    And more. It is better to delve into the essence of the subject and start understanding it from the beginning of the semester, rather than before the session. This is so, for the future.

  2. I have always recommended only one thing: to understand what you read/listen to. in short, what you need to learn and pass. if the goal is just to memorize, pass and forget, then I, alas, do not help. I do not have effective methods of quick memorization) but I can advise you to understand very well.In this case, your knowledge will stay with you forever.

  3. I've tried different methods in my time. Many of them helped, but not as well as the last one I checked. First, for better assimilation of information, it was decided to switch from rereading tickets to re-listening. The technology was as follows: First I read one ticket, then I turned it on and recorded a short retelling in voice messages in VKontakte (you can also use a voice recorder … it was just more convenient for me at that time), then the next ticket and so on to the end. After saving voice messages in my personal account, I turned them on from the cell phone (there, unlike the computer, there is an automatic launch of the next one) and listened. In order to let your brain drown in the incoming information and not be distracted by other stimuli, it was decided at the time of listening to fix your eyes on a blank sheet of paper (not a notebook). So makar I just 2 pm once listened to these messages (the subject was not very difficult) and easily passed perfectly … provided that the last times you had to peek at everything in the shporgalki.

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