For example, if a student is studying vocabulary in English, the student may study multiple lists during the course of the semester. Depending on the class, you may only need to know that list for a particular quiz.
If there is a final exam on all vocabulary words, you may want to combine all the list together at the end of the semester.
If there is not such a final test, then the need for the vocabulary words in a card file is limited to a week.
If you use one card file for one class, as I understand it you are putting all the information in and pretty soon all of the information will get mixed up in multiple boxes.
In other words, if I am studying a vocabulary list, then some rules of grammar, and then a particular book, if they are all in one card file, the various items will get mixed up as you progress from box to box.
If that is the case, then as I understand it, the only way to keep discrete areas of study separate even for the same course would be to create a new card file and a separate deck for each separate area of study.
At the end of the semester, I would then use the "fill this deck" command, would any items that were related for the same tests so I could study them together.
I think it would be helpful to the user friendliness of the program to have an option to work with one cardfile and multiple topics in such a way as the multiple topics did not mix up with each other unless you wanted them to.
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