Language, Clojure, and Entrepreneurship

The 10 commandments of Spaced Repetition Systems

The 10 commandments of Spaced Repetition Systems
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  1. Thou shalt complete all thy's reviews before one begins to learn
  2. Thou must hast within oneself the power to persevere
  3. Thou shalt never miss a day
  4. To err is to fail completely
  5. The knowledge contained within a card is uniquely held
  6. Thou cannot take a single step on two paths
  7. Thy's mind shall commit knowledge once the new day breaks
  8. Thou shalt continue each card in perpetuity
  9. Thou's answer is final
  10. Thou must submit to the algorithm and only answer what is asked

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Jamie Larson