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Info why to read KLNs more than once ?!

I see ppl advise others to read KLNs twice or three times
Is it really necessary to read KLNs more than once? I mean I'm reading KLNs along with First Aid and add things I feel they're important to FA .
ain't KLN there for making FA easy to understand ? so if I understand
it why I'll bother myself to read KLNs again & again though I won't retain much from those books !!
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From my personal experience, people usually say they did it twice because the first time around was the video lecture, while the second time was the lecture notes. Its time consuming to re-read KLN. Honestly it didn't help me much. If you understood what you read in the first round, then move on to other stuff.
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From my personal experience, people usually say they did it twice because the first time around was the video lecture, while the second time was the lecture notes. Its time consuming to re-read KLN. Honestly it didn't help me much. If you understood what you read in the first round, then move on to other stuff.
thanks for response, but what I mean is 1st read with KLNs+videos, 2nd read with KLNs
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