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How it works?
Spaced Repetition is simply a memorization technique based on the fact that the brain needs to be exposed to a given piece of information in a repeated manner in order to incorporate that piece of information into long term memory. The intervals between successive exposures (repetitions) are a function of how well the information has already been memorized
For example, suppose a student is taught the word "beneficiary" in her English class. To consolidate this newly acquired knowledge, she should be reminded of it on the following day. If she can correctly recall the meaning, the next reminder / quiz should appear after a wider interval, e.g. 3 days later. And if she can again recall correctly, the subsequent quiz should occur after an even wider interval, e.g. 8 days. On the other hand, if recall should fail, the next quiz will come up sooner. Finally, after the student has successfully passed the entire series of quizzes, she may be deemed to have mastered the word
Thus, the Spaced Repetition learning system will track the progress of a student in acquiring each piece of discrete knowledge unit, and determine the optimal moment for revision, diverting study time to focus on the difficult pieces which require more work, while helping the learner to save effort on the easier ones
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