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Retaining & Recalling Knowledge Learnt
Natalie Angie Tang, Student (Other), Malaysia, Member
How do we retain & recall knowledge that was learnt?
For example, factors like:
- First and last - people will almost always recall the beginning of events more accurately than the middle or end and they will recall information / events at the end more frequently than those that occur in the middle.
 

 
Retaining & Recalling Knowledge Learnt
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Retaining & Recalling Information
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Retaining and Recalling Information
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5 R's to Retain and Recall Information
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