The two principles are contradictory, because the former calls for intervals between repetitions small enough so that the item may be successfully recalled, while the latter, on the other hand, recommends using longer intervals. It can be inferred, therefore, that in an efficient learning strategy, items should be reviewed just when they are about to be forgotten.
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