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    I take my pencil case, lines post it notes and A4 notepad with dividers to uni.

    Pencil case:
    4 black pens.
    4 pencils.
    I have stabilo fine liners and stabilo fibre. (10 pack each)
    Staedtler ball point 10 pack pens.
    Folding ruler.
    Rubber.
    Sharper.

    A4 notepad with dividers.
    I usually print out my lecture slides (6 per page, double sided) so it's not too bad. Then I make notes in notepad. I usually write what slide number it and what lecture number it is so I don't get confused. I honestly don't think folders are necessary for my course, it's just extra weight for me to carry considering I commute.

    At home I have a lot of stationery, I have Staedtler fine liners and fibre (10 and 20 pack). I have a lot of lined post it notes.

    Last year in staples, they had paper mate 10 pens pack in black ink and another one with red/green in it too. I brought like 20 packets for 50p each. So I still have 8 pens left over = 80 pens. For 50p each, can't complain considering it's 50p each.

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    (Original post by Ishax)
    I take my pencil case, lines post it notes and A4 notepad with dividers to uni.

    Pencil case:
    4 black pens.
    4 pencils.
    I have stabilo fine liners and stabilo fibre. (10 pack each)
    Staedtler ball point 10 pack pens.
    Folding ruler.
    Rubber.
    Sharper.

    A4 notepad with dividers.
    I usually print out my lecture slides (6 per page, double sided) so it's not too bad. Then I make notes in notepad. I usually write what slide number it and what lecture number it is so I don't get confused. I honestly don't think folders are necessary for my course, it's just extra weight for me to carry considering I commute.

    At home I have a lot of stationery, I have Staedtler fine liners and fibre (10 and 20 pack). I have a lot of lined post it notes.

    Last year in staples, they had paper mate 10 pens pack in black ink and another one with red/green in it too. I brought like 20 packets for 50p each. So I still have 8 pens left over = 80 pens. For 50p each, can't complian considering it's 50p each.

    The image I attached I brought for 90p each in Sainsburys.Name:  image.jpeg
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    That's pretty awesome value for money!!
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    I have a Livescribe pen from DSA, which means I use this special pen with these special notebooks, and so I can upload my handwritten notes to my laptop.

    So I have 4 notebooks, A4 size, one for each module I am taking this year.

    I also have numerous notepads for 'notes on the go', as I like to call it, or for essay prep.

    I have enough pens, of all different colours and brands, to cover my uni. Bit of an exaggeration, but I have 2 pencil cases stuffed with them.

    Fountain pen when I am feeling fancy.
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    Dividers are love dividers are life. Also I get that blue refill pad from the Ryman all the time,because the lines are much smaller.

    I have 2 folders for English,1 folder for History, 1 for Politics and 1 folders for Geography. i use 1 highlighter for each subject well thats the rule I use atleast, and I have a pukka pad with 5 dividers reserved for neat notes to make for mocks.

    Going to try flashcards for Geography and English
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    That's pretty awesome value for money!!
    I agree! 😁 I always do my stationery shopping in September mainly because of the sales etc!
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    Im using this BAD BOY. I always use it as a ruler even during exams. they allow me to use it but they tell me to turn it fully off so im not cheating.
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    I just take a pen, notebook and lever arch file with dividers.

    I use Anki (spaced learning revision card software) and a whiteboard so that I can teach my parents a topic - these are my two revision techniques.
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    (Original post by PlayerBB)
    These are the best, I used them in A-levels to write some hard/long words I need to memorise in biology and wrote all the chemical reaction in A-level chemistry, also those difficult math equations for integration or differentiation. I've actually either put them on the window or on my desk so they're always infront of me haha!

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    Omg these are so cool!! where did you get them from?
 
 
 
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