Long Gaps During Revision
Long Gaps during Revision ‘Better Than Cramming.’
Research has proved that learning is much more effective when spaced out over stretches of time. The study from Sheffield University examined how more than 850,000 people improved skills playing an online game.
It showed leaving a day between practice sessions was a much better way of gaining skills than continuous play.
The research concluded that:
A better way of revising or learning is to plan over a much longer period, with substantial breaks between study sessions.
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- Keeping a Healthy Balance in Life
- 5 Days – Setting the Scene Up for a Successful Academic Year
- Choices Still Matters
- Understanding Your Tween and Teen Boys Better