Switching By Archie, Josh + David

Benerfits

  • Allows you to think more systematically about a question
  • Being able to link ideas to help you remember them

Examples

  • Maths
  • Start on algebra
  • After 30-45 minutes move onto graphs
  • Another 30-45 minutes move onto inequalities, while taking short breaks inbetween

Rating: 1-5

3 because it allows your brain to start new on something, but if you don't understand it at all you will end up dwelling on a particular subject for too long. If you switch too often you will not understand it before moving on.

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