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How to remember what you learned

How do you remember what you learned anyone have any ideas?

22nd May 2024, 3:22 AM
CagedMold97
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Practice is important for remebering what you learned, through repition the information will stick in your brain. Sleep is also very important because your brain needs a break to process what you learned. If you really want to know, your brain has these cells in your nervous system called neurons. Your neurons are connected by synapses. Information flows through these synapses. And so wheneve you learn something new, your brain creates new synapses. However, you cant take in all of the information you learned at once, you need rest and breaks because your brain still needs time to process all of this information. The brain is like a muscle. If you keep practicing what you learned , the synapses will get stronger and you will remeber better. Repetition and practice will help retain that information. Im no neuroscientist so I could be wrong on some of this
22nd May 2024, 4:01 AM
Junior
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If you write the code on notebook and practice daily then you can easily remembered that code.
22nd May 2024, 3:50 AM
Sakshi [Less Active]
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Practice is the only way to become proficient at programming. A good place to start is by attempting the code coach challenges. You can find them in app at Community -> Code Coach.
22nd May 2024, 11:38 AM
Keith
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Write it down in your notebook and whenever you feel stuck just open your notebook and try it if u do this method again and again it's going to help
22nd May 2024, 3:03 PM
Jane
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What should I practice on? Just the things that I'm stuck on?
22nd May 2024, 4:39 PM
CagedMold97
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I choose to write what I learned in the code playground and save what lesson I learned.
22nd May 2024, 10:00 PM
Kongpheng Lo
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Practice, practice!!ūü§ó
24th May 2024, 12:30 PM
Kihiko Purity
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Ok CagedMold97 After I finish a lesson, I go into code playground and make a code using what I learned from that lesson OR make a comment about what I learned IF it is not too important or valuable. I save the code aswell so I get an explanation from myself, making it easier for me to understand. I also check if the code is working so that I know how to use the piece of code.
24th May 2024, 7:45 PM
Kongpheng Lo
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Find your weakness it may can be less practice or listening skills and so on. once, you get to know that it'll be easy for u to you to be better at your skills
22nd May 2024, 5:09 PM
Jane
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I use a similar method as Kongpheng Lo, and the rest is mainly enthusiasm, repetition, curosity, repetiton, rest, repetition, ... you get the picture I guess. ^^
23rd May 2024, 12:06 AM
Konan
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When you sit to study or for any work You sit straight on chair It helps to concentrate in your work or to remember anything And most important practice makes you better
23rd May 2024, 10:34 AM
Jyotsna Maurya
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Do revision
23rd May 2024, 10:41 AM
Alhaaz
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Bonsoir
23rd May 2024, 9:02 PM
Alman Tshilwiz
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Monsieur? ūüé©ūüĎĆ^^ Alman Tshilwiz
23rd May 2024, 11:48 PM
Konan
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Explain in further detail please Kongpheng Lo
24th May 2024, 12:55 AM
CagedMold97
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it's not mandatory to memorize every single code you learned it, the only way you can memorize is to practice and practice and also making your own projects from zero to become your hands dirty in code
30th May 2024, 6:59 PM
Haji Abdirahim Ali
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Learn, repeat, eat, sleep and then you just start over again :)
31st May 2024, 9:54 PM
Lara
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