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    Note tips:

    Use colour! Different ones for different subjects, it will help key points stand out and perfect for last moment revision.
    Need to remember a persons name for a study? Try and relate it to yourself or in a way that fits your understanding! E.G I need to remember Murdock for my Psychology study. Dock reminds me of the docks in my town.
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    TIP: Use different colours for where you want the notes to stand out, e.g. equations, and abbreviate words to make your notes as short as possible. This way, you won't feel like there are too many words to read.
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    The best way to write notes is to make mind maps on the topic, then colour code each subtopic! It gives a good visual as well as divide your work in an organised way
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    (Original post by TSR Competition)
    Get your work done in style with a luxurious silver and gold Otto Hutt rollerball and matching ballpoint pen worth £225, complete with a large Chianti leather journal courtesy of Pen Heaven.

    Offering a comprehensive range of writing instruments and leather journals, Pen Heaven provides personalisation on products thanks to an in-house engraving and embossing service.

    Specialists in classic brands such as Parker, Cross and Lamy, Pen Heaven also boasts some more unusual and hard-to-find items such as the Japanese hand-painted Platinum range, Italian calligraphy sets and the design focused Worther brand.

    Entering the competition is easy - just reply to this thread with the words 'I choose cursive'.

    Read more about this competition and find out how you could win a bonus prize >>
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    (Original post by TSR Competition)
    Get your work done in style with a luxurious silver and gold Otto Hutt rollerball and matching ballpoint pen worth £225, complete with a large Chianti leather journal courtesy of Pen Heaven.

    Offering a comprehensive range of writing instruments and leather journals, Pen Heaven provides personalisation on products thanks to an in-house engraving and embossing service.

    Specialists in classic brands such as Parker, Cross and Lamy, Pen Heaven also boasts some more unusual and hard-to-find items such as the Japanese hand-painted Platinum range, Italian calligraphy sets and the design focused Worther brand.

    Entering the competition is easy - just reply to this thread with the words 'I choose cursive'.

    Read more about this competition and find out how you could win a bonus prize >>
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    My note-taking tips would be to:
    • keep it simple by using bullet points and clear headers. Using index or flash cards is another way to keep things simple.
    • use symbols and abbreviations helps when you have limited time to take down notes.
    • highlight more important things and use colours to signify different topics and themes.
    • try and make sure your writing is readable and clear but don't worry that much about spelling or grammar as long you understand what you wrote.
    • review and edit your notes within 24 hours of taking them.
 
 
 
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