Do any of the rishonim/acharonim/etc speak about how one should go about properly chazzaring the gemarah that he learns on a daily basis?

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    Duplicate of judaism.stackexchange.com/q/35602? – msh210 Mar 3 '16 at 21:45
  • An answer is at judaism.stackexchange.com/a/10870. – msh210 Mar 3 '16 at 21:45
  • Not an answer, but it is good to read this book accurately, Chazon Ish loved it, Rashab (Lubavitsh too): see here – kouty Jun 1 '16 at 23:27
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    This is question seems pretty broad. Is it on topic? – mevaqesh Aug 1 '16 at 1:22
  • Is there some particular aspect that you are asking about? E.g. "should one prioritize studying old material over new material", "how many times should one review something" "when in the day should one review" "something else"? What exactly is being asked? – mevaqesh Aug 31 '16 at 2:51


1) The Longer-Shorter Way by Rabbi Yehoshua Paltiel

2) Brain Power by Aharon Yehoshua Pessin


1) http://www.vhaarevna.com

2) http://www.shaschabura.org/


3) Rav Yaakov Yisrael Kanievsky said, "... When you know the sugya well, review it four times, then study further according to this system." (Karyana D'Igarta, volume I, #11; see also Zos Brisi by Rabbi Shimon Finkelman


Rav Elyashiv reportedly said the proper way to review is:

The primary review which brings benefit is review whereby one learns the matter again anew (od paam mechadash es hainyan). This takes alot of time, though it is quicker than the first time, but it takes time. But the toeles (benefit) is davka (specifically) from reviews like this"

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    What does this mean? – Yehoshua May 3 '16 at 1:43
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    @Yehoshua it means not to review like a parrot but to learn it anew as if you never learned it before – ray May 3 '16 at 5:21

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