How detailed should an Anki flashcard be for biology A level?

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I've just started sixth form and I want to perfect my revision techniques and quality of flashcards as fast as possible. How detailed should a flashcard be, should I put a good amount of information into each card or should I try to split them up into many more specific flashcards? What did your flashcards look like and what did you find to be more efficient when retaining information?
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I've just started sixth form and I want to perfect my revision techniques and quality of flashcards as fast as possible. How detailed should a flashcard be, should I put a good amount of information into each card or should I try to split them up into many more specific flashcards? What did your flashcards look like and what did you find to be more efficient when retaining information?
I didn’t use anki but used general Flashcards. The general advice is to make sure your questions/prompts are specific (not to broad) and keep answers succinct.

I got an A in biology btw
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