How do you test your learning?

Mathew S.
Firstly I read through my books then I use graph paper and rewrite my notes that I feel are extremely important always use examples as well after I read through those notes and highlight some stuff I usually quiz myself and create a quiz and take this without using any notes if I don’t get a high enough score I repeat and read over my notes

Ella B.
Firstly I read through my books then I use graph paper and rewrite my notes that I feel are extremely important always use examples as well after I read through those notes and highlight some stuff I usually quiz myself and create a quiz and take this without using any notes if I don’t get a high enough score I repeat and read over my notes

Matthew Q.
I’d suggest downloading using the app Peak! It has great brain exercises and it evaluates your progress in areas such as memory, etc. It’s been really helpful for me getting back on track with learning and you can see how much you’ve improved or where you are at.

Eduardo E.
I suppose practicing what you learned is a good way to remember and to have actual results. Like some sort of sport, or craft

Marcelino Q.
Firstly I read through my books then I use graph paper and rewrite my notes that I feel are extremely important always use examples as well after I read through those notes and highlight some stuff I usually quiz myself and create a quiz and take this without using any notes if I don’t get a high enough score I repeat and read over my notes

Duane R.
Firstly I read through my books then I use graph paper and rewrite my notes that I feel are extremely important always use examples as well after I read through those notes and highlight some stuff I usually quiz myself and create a quiz and take this without using any notes if I don’t get a high enough score I repeat and read over my notes