GI foods

The Facts GI stands for Glycemic Index and refers to how certain carbohydrates affect your blood sugar levels. Now if you're someone who need's to prevent blood sugar spikes like with type 2 diabetes for instance then its obviously something you care about.¬†That's great and all but I don't want to talk about those implications. … Continue reading GI foods


Memorisation – Long term (Part 2)

This part is literally about my story on using this technique, won't make too much sense if you don't check out part 1. To recap, I'm using a memo program like Anki, and filling it with cards related to what I study by the week number (in the semester) and the module name. i.e. one … Continue reading Memorisation – Long term (Part 2)

Weakness targeting – the most simplest revision technique

This can apply to exams, hobbies, life skills, and pretty much anything that requires learning. I'm gonna go ahead and summarise everything about to be said: Find your weakest point and practice the hell out of that. Rinse and Repeat The idea behind this is very simple but you'd be surprised how many people don't … Continue reading Weakness targeting – the most simplest revision technique


This is more of an advanced application of the Pareto Principle¬†from my previous post. Using the analogy of tests, different tests may cover the same content in some way or other. This is very useful because that means you're using your time efficiently! I call this 'carryover'. (The ABCD part in the venn diagram) Imagine … Continue reading Efficiency+