New YouTube Video on Interleaving
In this video I’m going to tell you a bit about interleaving, which you might find a helpful approach when studying, particularly when you’re dealing with pieces of information that are relatively similar or easily confused. I’ll explain what interleaving is, how it works and give you some simple advice on how you can use it effectively.
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