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Flashcards (index cards) work best for me! Especially for word definitions or greek roots.
if you want to memorize large text you may use mnemotechnics. For example you create vivid images for each word or idea and then try to mix these images in strange way so that you can't forget them
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Use mnemonics.. I recommend memrise.com, especially for language learning aid. but can be used for other subjects to create or see other peoples mnemonics
repitation of what im reading
A new book has just been published that might be helpful. Joshua Foer's new book: "Moonwalking with Einstein"
Use audio too! Tape player, MP3 etc..Listen, Listen Listen!!!

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