How can I memorise notes

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how can i memorise notes becuase re-reading them doesn't work for me
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(Original post by xMiax)
how can i memorise notes becuase re-reading them doesn't work for me
I find it a lot better practicing with someone else and getting them to test me, maybe also try reading the notes to them and explaining it as if they were the ones learning. Improving your understanding means you're not just reading words off a page, but a concept that you're familiar with and reading them out loud can help embed them in your memory.
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That's a really ineffective way of memorising them. You should be doing something with those notes and rereading isnt your method. I suggest finding what kind of learner you are and use revision techniques to memorise those notes. For me since I was a more kinetic/ practical learner I learnt through practice papers and flashcards but it could be different for you but you should be actively doing something with those notes.
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That's a really ineffective way of memorising them. You should be doing something with those notes and rereading isnt your method. I suggest finding what kind of learner you are and use revision techniques to memorise those notes. For me since I was a more kinetic/ practical learner I learnt through practice papers and flashcards but it could be different for you but you should be actively doing something with those notes.
I am also kinaesthetic so I'll try using flashcards and practice papers that could really help, thanks!
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