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How to use ChatGPT to Study and Learn New Information

  • Sean 

You can use ChatGPT to evaluate your answers to studying materials like practice questions, allowing you to get the feedback you wouldn’t have got otherwise. You can also practice inquiry-based learning by asking clarification questions and then following these up with curiosity-based questions to get a deeper understanding.

How to Bury, Suspend, and Delete Cards in Anki

  • Sean 

Anki’s user interface often leaves much to be desired. Even the most basic functions can be hard to figure out, especially if you are a new Anki user. This guide explains the basics of Burying, Suspending, and Deleting cards in Anki.

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How to Use ChatGPT as Your Personal Tutor

  • Sean 

ChatGPT can be used as an AI-powered to help you learn math, science, and language skills in a personalized and interactive way. This article walks you through the steps of using ChatGPT as your personal tutor and gives you some tips for making the most of your study sessions in a variety of different subjects.

How to Actually Use ChatGPT to Write an Essay

  • Sean 

AI is actually getting so good that I can outperform university students in exams and essays. OpenAI recently released ChatGPT and things are starting to really go in this direction, and fast.

How to Make Perfect Anki Cards for Higher Retention

  • Sean 

Don’t just blindly create Anki cards – use proven strategies to craft the perfect cards for higher retention. If you are new to Anki, or just want to sharpen your skills then this article has what you need to create the perfect Anki cards.

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How to Use Typed Answer Cards in Anki

  • Sean 

In short, Anki typed answer cards are similar to basic cards. The difference is that these cards allow you to type your answer as a response rather than just thinking about it in your head. When you type in an answer it is compared with the answer on the back after you flip the card over.