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This can be for English, History, Legal Studies (sections of the Constitution) etc

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Mnemonics, such as creating acronyms can help.

For Chemistry, a famous one is "AN OIL RIG CAT" which is a mental cheatsheet for redox.

I tend to remember quotes that leave a lasting impression without needing much effort. Otherwise, it's not worth quoting. But I understand for English you might not be remembering quotes for that reason.

Some people do the "stick it up on your toilet wall" thing, which can also be extended to post-it notes around your computer, or on your diary, to gain constant exposure to it.

A personal theory of mine is that your brain is 100x more productive in the shower than anywhere else, so perhaps post-it notes (on the dry side, obviously) on the shower (with words facing inside) could work!

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