7 Study Tips for Longterm Learning, Study Faster

If you took an exam that you had in school over a year ago, would you pass it right now? If you think you can't, how did you study when you were in school? Ironically in school you're not taught how to study for long term learning. You're kind of just expected to read your [...]

How to Calculate CAL

What is the CAL anyways? I like to remember the CAL as "Clinical Attachment LOSS". The reason I like to think about it as "loss" and not "level", is because you are calculating the attachment that is now missing. One key thing to know is that the CAL is always measured from a fixed point [...]