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How to Learn and Remember - Graduated Interval Recall

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Are you rubbish at committing things to memory? Is learning and then retaining that information something you really struggle with? Fear not - here's a great learning hack that means the next time you sit down to learn something, you'll remember it for good.

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How to Learn and Remember - Graduated Interval Recall

  1. 1. Graduated Interval Recall This time it’s for ever! By BrightCarbon
  2. 2. Have you ever tried to learn something new… 3.14159…
  3. 3. …and been overwhelmed by the task? 3.14159265358979 32384626433832…
  4. 4. Perhaps you succeeded in learning everything… 3.14159265358979 32384626433832…
  5. 5. …only to forget it all the next day
  6. 6. If only there was a better way…
  7. 7. If only there was a better way… well there is
  8. 8. It’s called: Graduated Interval Recall
  9. 9. It’s called: Graduated Interval Recall I’ve forgotten that already
  10. 10. GRADUATED
  11. 11. INTERVAL
  12. 12. RECALL
  13. 13. When we learn something new… A B C D E …
  14. 14. …our brains tend to forget it very quickly
  15. 15. What comes after ‘A’?
  16. 16. A … If we were to plot what it looks like on a graph
  17. 17. x First time you learn something
  18. 18. But there’s good news!
  19. 19. The theory goes that…
  20. 20. If you test yourself, just as you’re about to forget the thing you’ve learnt
  21. 21. Your brain will hold on to the information for longer
  22. 22. Now, what would that look like on a graph…?
  23. 23. You read my mind
  24. 24. xx First time you test yourself 250
  25. 25. Every time you test your new knowledge your brain will hold on to it for longer…
  26. 26. Every time you test your new knowledge your brain will hold on to it for longer… ...and longer
  27. 27. Every time you test your new knowledge your brain will hold on to it for longer… ...and longer …and longer
  28. 28. PROBABILITY OF CORRECT RESPONSE TIME (SECONDS) 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 0 125 x x x x Second Test
  29. 29. PROBABILITY OF CORRECT RESPONSE TIME (SECONDS) 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% x x x x Third Test 0 125
  30. 30. I know what you're thinking: That's all well and good, but how do I know when to test myself if...
  31. 31. …I don’t know when I’m going to forget it?
  32. 32. If only there was some science to tell me when I had to remind myself…
  33. 33. Perhaps even… an ALGORITHM
  34. 34. Algorithms Rule!
  35. 35. As luck would have it, some super smart guy in the 60s came up with the answer.
  36. 36. Suppose the first time you test yourself on what you’ve learnt, you remember it for 5 seconds 2
  37. 37. (or 5x5x5 = 125 seconds) If you test yourself again at 20-25 seconds you will remember it this time for 5 3
  38. 38. This is mind blowing!
  39. 39. And the good news is, the time interval before you need to test yourself again…
  40. 40. Gets longer… 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5
  41. 41. 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 And longer…
  42. 42. 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 nd longer…
  43. 43. Until… 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5
  44. 44. x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 After the tenth time You won’t need to test yourself again for over a year!
  45. 45. A YEAR!
  46. 46. ‘Respectful Silence’
  47. 47. So,
  48. 48. So, that leaves you with just one problem…
  49. 49. What to do with your new super learning power!
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