Re-reading a book is not just a waste of time. You deceive yourself because you don’t improve your memory. Instead, you familiarize yourself with the text and fool yourself that you are learning. [
How To Learn
Emil Wallnér

This is not true. Careful rereading, emphasis on careful, allows one to note details previously missed. I recommend taking notes when reading and highlighting text. I often use mind tree style notes to help articulate connections between sections of text.

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