The following is a guest post from blogger and essay writer Lucy Adams of buzzessay.com. See her bio and contact at the conclusion of this piece.
Repetitio est mater studiorum (Repetition is the mother of all learning).
Human memory is dynamic and can be modified over time. And the time for which we store data is closely connected to the repeated reproduction of this data.
Repetition is one of the main conditions of memorizing and learning the material. It influences the long-term memory, helping to assimilate the information for the longer term. Therefore, the correct repetition of learned material improves its retention and facilitates its subsequent reproduction.