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What is the easiest way to remember everything you learn?

ive tried taking notesbut it gets frustrating to keep track of it all. i just cant seem to remember anything except a few basics.

29th Nov 2016, 9:24 AM
Lady_Nymph - avatar
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Repetition is the mother of skill.
29th Nov 2016, 1:08 PM
Edson Aires
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The simplest way is to practice, you can make a random webpage just for fun using notepad,etc to practice. Secondly, somethings can be remembered by relating the elements to your daily life routine or something.
29th Nov 2016, 9:37 AM
Wen Qin
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its difficult but only way is practice repetition of whatever we have learned helps us to be familiar with it
29th Nov 2016, 9:29 AM
Prathamesh Khatavakar
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How to remember: 1.) Use them ALOT 2.) Study then when you dont remember 3.) flash cards (that usually helps) 4.) Books(books and google will be your best friend from now on) Hope i was helpful to you :)
29th Nov 2016, 12:18 PM
Aquarius - avatar
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It's helpful to start your own practice project while learning. Create a new folder on your computer dedicated to your project and download a good text editor. You can also use Notepad (if on Windows), but there are text editors that are specifically made for coding. Practice often and try new things in different ways. View all of your changes in a browser as you go along. I'm not sure if these lessons cover this, but when you create html files with a text editor, you have to rename the extension from .txt to html. You can open the html file with whichever browser you use so you can see how it looks.
30th Nov 2016, 7:23 PM
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test yourself everyday
1st Dec 2016, 12:46 AM
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You have to practice it again and again many times. It will also give you to chance to explore new and amazing things. It will explore your ideas and enhances your imaginations. I think the best programmer is the person who has infinite imaginations.
1st Jan 2017, 7:27 PM
Ajay Agrawal
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I relearn it through other sites. Resetting progress and doing it over again also helps. But right now I learn from four different sites with five I will do once I finish learning from the others. Most of these sites have all the same languages. So I can relearn the same language over and over again then do the same with another later. I also have a project fir myself as a goal to test my learning.
2nd Dec 2016, 11:55 AM
Marc Boutin
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Extend the idea of practice into practical where you can. To resurrect an old electronics project using a Raspberrypi, I am faced with learning to code in Python so I can add solar panels and a battery to a water pump. Will it feed me? No, and I don't expect it to. But, learning to use code to replace much of the old-fashioned circuit parts will help me retain the new ways of things better than coding just to code. Find a real world problem (even a small one) and it will stick!
19th Jan 2017, 1:54 AM
Jerry Cern
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Do it heaps and heaps :-)
29th Nov 2016, 9:56 AM
Kierren Haggerty
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challenge yourself with codes: Even if you have built in functions, try to write your own that makes the same as the built in function you wanted to use. great way to improve you technics.
1st Jan 2017, 4:28 AM
Shahar Levy
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the easiest way to remember everything you learn? enjoy what you are learning and never stop being interested or courious...lot of practice is a consequence of a good study session
1st Jan 2017, 1:49 AM
Lorenzo Svezia
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to remember something we have to practice it enough, when you will practice a concept enough your brain will recall that concept when you need it automatically without puting much effort.
1st Jan 2017, 6:33 AM
Sultan Ashiq
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play some brain games (eg peak) ull surely get changes not only wrt your memory but in other aspects too(like communication,focus etc)
1st Jan 2017, 12:23 PM
Shravan Kumar
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use it, not in a dry way like I'll deliberately use this one time, but like build a website or database or whatever as a practice, but about something you like, and put everything in it. For example, I was getting used to Access VBA and SQL back end programming, so built a football database using Access front end and had data types like money, date, Boolean (bit), because I wanted to handle it and also manipulate it. Notes are useful, but build, practice, build, repeat.
1st Jan 2017, 1:34 PM
Tom Govier
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I've been doing the tutorials over and over.
1st Jan 2017, 3:11 PM
Genie - avatar
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The simplesf answer is practise makes perfect... the more u use it, the more familiar u are with it
1st Jan 2017, 6:25 PM
Malsha Mayadunne
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I like to write everything I learn down in a notebook(although it may not be the most effective way). Then, after I complete the course, I do the course again without writing anything down. Then find other apps or websites with practice codes or challenges you can complete to make yourself even MORE familiar with the language. And maybe make and post some codes in the Code Playground and see how people like them. That's how I did JavaScript. Of course, remember that it would be extremely difficult to remember EVERYTHING about a language straight off the top of your head. Nobody's perfect like that. It's good to refer back every once in a while.
1st Jan 2017, 9:28 PM
Jayden Webb
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practice makes perfect...datz what i do...
6th Dec 2016, 3:10 PM
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I've got the same problem bro. For me the most difficult part is to understand why do I need that, to see a practical application of things. You can't find out why you need a loop or array unless you are busy using them to create something yours. So that seems to be the answer, try to make something from scratch.
1st Jan 2017, 11:02 AM
Serj Buketov
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