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What type of algorithm does Memory use?
Memory uses a proprietary Spaced Repetition algorithm behind the scenes to calculate when you should review each question. It d...(Read more)
When I practice my course, it is not showing me all the questions. How do I practice all the other words in my course?
Practice mode is designed for users to practice questions they are already learned. This allows you to learn and practice the q...(Read more)
How are the multiple choice options generated?
Multiple-choice options are generated using our AI technology using a combination of answers in the current course and the cours...(Read more)
Can I adjust the order of the questions? Can I move questions between levels?
In user settings, you can specify to learn the initial questions (those not yet learned) in either the default order of the cour...(Read more)
How do I use the spaced repetition system?
Use practice mode in any course. This mode serves you 'due' questions. These are questions which you have got correct at least...(Read more)
What does 'due for practice' mean?
Practice intervals are calculated in accordance with our algorithm. Research shows that once an item is learnt 5 times, it is g...(Read more)
What does seen, learned, skilled and memorised (etc.) mean?
These are terms to assess how our system measures your current knowledge with any particular question. The more frequently you ...(Read more)
How will I know when I am ready for my exam?
When questions reach Memorised status, you have got them correct consecutively 5 times, and they are not due for practice. Base...(Read more)
Is these / exam mode a reliable indicator of whether or not I will pass my exam?
We cannot offer guarantees that the results in exam mode are similar to any curriculum. Exams on Memory are dynamically generat...(Read more)
The system is serving me too many questions at once. What can I do?
If you are finding that during learn mode the system is serving you too many questions for your current knowledge, we recommend ...(Read more)
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