It lies in the fact that the best we remember the object we are studying if we can explain it to anyone, even a child. The essence of the method is that after studying a certain topic, try to explain it to someone, even to yourself, but out loud. This will help us understand the strengths and weaknesses that need to be tightened up.
The essence of the method is that we cannot constantly concentrate in the same way. This is why it is best to learn at intervals. For example - we study for 30 minutes, then take a short break of 5 minutes. Then we study again. This will give the brain a rest and renewed strength to take up learning.
Changing the Approach
Where, When & How Often
Every day new lectures and access to recordings to review again
3 times a week, there are groups on Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11:00 am; 06:00 pm