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I don't have a laptop. Is a desktop okay? watch

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    i don't know any one who uses a laptop during lectures, i've never seen it. to be honest a lot of lecturers print out the notes, so it's easier to write down their commentary directly onto it than onto a word document where it has no context, and where you're more than likely going to forget the relevance of it by the time you come to revise.

    a desk top is better. imo it'll clearly define a 'study' zone, a laptop is harder to do that with because you can be sitting in bed with it so it makes you less inclined to start an essay in bed, but at a desk you know you have to get working.

    also, they are cheaper...
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    i dont have any computer... think urself lucky
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    neg me plz
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