Stupendous Study Tips for a Blissful Brain, Part II

When you need to study several topics in the same study session, it’s wisest to review subjects that are as different as possible. This happens because interference from related information makes it difficult to access information.

For example, if you were to study Italian and then Portuguese, you would have more difficulty remembering information from both topics than if you were to study Italian and then chemistry.

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