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Negative highlighting for better revision
Posted by Adam Harries on Wednesday, October 29, 2014,
Using a highlighter when revising new material is a common practice, but it may be a complete waste of time for you.
What often happens is that by the time you have gone through the material, highlighting as you go, there are so many highlighted areas that it becomes useless when you go back through and start reviewing the material.
What may help is an approach that turns highlighting on its head. It involves highlighting the areas that you
want/need to focus on. This may be because you a...
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