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The Goal:
The goal of this program is to master all of SHAS Mishnaos. The online Mishna program allows for the independent facilitated learning of Mishnaos. The student learns the Mishnaos on his own with the commentary of his choice (Bartenura, Tiferes Yisrael, Kehati, Artscroll, etc.) We provide comprehensive questions covering every aspect of p’shat.
The questions (in Hebrew) are designed to take the student through the Mishnaos in a step by step fashion so that the student will walk away with a complete knowledge of each Mishna. Tests which are taken from a subset of the questions are available for the student to gauge his internalization of the material. For those wishing a more advanced study, shiurim given by Rabbi Meir Pogrow are also available online. The shiurim are on average approximately one hour in length and usually cover one Perek. An integral part of the program is a constant and daily review of both current and past material.
The Target is to ultimately review all of Mishna which means 18 פרקים daily in well under an hour!
This has been achieved many times over!

The Program:
Sample Program for a student that is dedicating one hour a day:

One half hour should be dedicated for new material;
One half hour should be dedicated for review of previous material.

The amount of material that can be learned and reviewed in the allotted time of course vary from person to person based on skill level.
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For the beginner:
The student should be able to cover approximately half a Perek (around 4-5 Mishnaos) with basic explanation. Longer Perakim will take more time.

During the half hour for review, use the first 10-15 min to review the Mishnaos which were just learned (2 times). The remaining time should be used to review previous Mishnaos. Recommended first to review yesterday’s Mishnaos and afterwards have an ongoing Seder of review from the beginning. Try to review a Perek in 5 minutes or less.
Review means reading the Mishna and knowing the p’shat without having to look in the commentaries. Until one can do this, he is still learning the Mishnaos and not reviewing them.
 (Click here for a sample Beginner Schedule.)

For the Advanced:
The student should be able to cover approximately a Perek (around 8-10 Mishnaos) with basic explanation. Longer Perakim will take more time.

During the half hour for review, use the first 10-15 min to review the Mishnaos which were just learned (2 times). The remaining time should be used to review previous Mishnaos. Recommended first to review yesterday’s Perakim and afterwards have an ongoing seder of review from the beginning. Try to review a Perek in 4 minutes or less.
Review means reading the Mishna and knowing the p’shat without having to look in the commentaries. Until one can do this, he is still learning the משניות and not reviewing them. 
(Click here for a sample Advanced Schedule.)
 

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