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i have sooooooo many flashcards but i have no idea on how to store them or carry them with me?
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Go digital.

For now, just put them somewhere.
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Go digital.

For now, just put them somewhere.
i dont have the time to make digital ones, i have flashcards which cover 70% of the content
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i dont have the time to make digital ones, i have flashcards which cover 70% of the content

That, my friend, is what you call flashcard overload.

Why do you need to carry all of them? Just carry the ones you need
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That, my friend, is what you call flashcard overload.

Why do you need to carry all of them? Just carry the ones you need
i mean i dont need to, i mean lets say i have an exam for paper 1 psych and this paper has 4 topics in it so i would carry those flashcards but idk how to store them ive seen people use like those ring things where they hole punch their flashcards and put a ring around them i was thinking about that?
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i mean i dont need to, i mean lets say i have an exam for paper 1 psych and this paper has 4 topics in it so i would carry those flashcards but idk how to store them ive seen people use like those ring things where they hole punch their flashcards and put a ring around them i was thinking about that?

Oh yeah, those. Yeah, I guess that’s alright
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i mean i dont need to, i mean lets say i have an exam for paper 1 psych and this paper has 4 topics in it so i would carry those flashcards but idk how to store them ive seen people use like those ring things where they hole punch their flashcards and put a ring around them i was thinking about that?
Definitely a good idea - those rings. Alternatively, you can use treasury tags - have you heard of those? They're these things:

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They're the same idea, but have the added benefit that you can get them in lots of different sizes, so you can match them to the size deck of cards you're keeping together, i.e always long enough to be able to move the cards easily.
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Definitely a good idea - those rings. Alternatively, you can use treasury tags - have you heard of those? They're these things:

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They're the same idea, but have the added benefit that you can get them in lots of different sizes, so you can match them to the size deck of cards you're keeping together, i.e always long enough to be able to move the cards easily.
yes omg i dont know why i didnt think of that aha thank you
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