#2
practice
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#3
Learn the formula for each scale instead of the notes in each scale in every key.
#4
Note how each mode of the major scale is different from Ionian and how essentially each mode is only a two string pattern, which you can cover 3 modes per 6 strings then.
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#5
Learn the respective intervals that each mode is made out of.
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#6
The way I did it is this:

1) Learn the major scale up and down the neck in any key and what notes are what in the scale (like 4ths, 5ths, 3rds etc...)

2) Learn the key notes that make each mode different from the major (Lydian = #4, mixolydian = b7 etc...)

3) Combine the two.
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