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in SuperMemo, a review of a subset of elements that contain a given search phrase. For example, before an exam in microbiology, a student may wish to review all his knowledge of viruses using the following method:
  1. search for all elements containing the phrase virus (e.g. with Ctrl+F)
  2. review of all those elements (e.g. with Ctrl+Shift+L)
The review may include all searched for elements (e.g. Learning : Review all in the browser with Ctrl+Shift+L), or only the outstanding elements (e.g. Learning : Learn in the browser with Ctrl+L).
Before you execute the review, you can randomize the review material (Ctrl+Shift+F11), sort it by priority, by recency, by interval, etc.
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