I'm in college and trying to figure out how to catch up on math along with how to memorize things in general.
>slacked in high school and played vidya
>now in college and regretting it
I came across the concept of "Spaced Repetition"
It is perfect!
I'm surprised how well I am capable of remembering things after only a day
>get a notebook
>write the date on it and so on...
>without any references write down every formula, function, concept, anything related to what you want to remember
The topics don't need to be related, you could jump from to programming syntax, to human anatomy, to economic stuff, to anything
No organization needed
>after you can't think of anything else...
>go over it all and correct what is wrong or incomplete
>add what you forgot/didn't write but want to remember
>read over it all
>wait a few hours or a day at most
is this how neuroplasticity is stimulated?
I understand that neuroplasticity is a complicated topic without one mechanism of action along with many unrelated impacts on you.
Neuroplasticity really just means something along the lines of "the changing/strengthening of neuronal connections."
But in regards to learning and memorizing, is repetition the best way to stimulate it?