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    I have so many A4 notes. I have no idea what to do with them. I have around 7-9 subjects of notes. Its ridiculous how many I have. By the way, these are revision notes, not notes ive done at school and need to take with me everyday. So I DONT have to carry them around. Its just organisation for my house.

    Also I have many A3 REVISION NOTES for many subjects too. These CAN NOT be bended so im struggling to figure how to store them. Once again THEY DONT HAVE TO BE TAKEN TO SCHOOL.

    ​Finally do you have any advice on how to store flash cards that ive created.
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    (Original post by flowerbud)
    I have so many A4 notes. I have no idea what to do with them. I have around 7-9 subjects of notes. Its ridiculous how many I have. By the way, these are revision notes, not notes ive done at school and need to take with me everyday. So I DONT have to carry them around. Its just organisation for my house.

    Also I have many A3 REVISION NOTES for many subjects too. These CAN NOT be bended so im struggling to figure how to store them. Once again THEY DONT HAVE TO BE TAKEN TO SCHOOL.

    ​Finally do you have any advice on how to store flash cards that ive created.
    i feel your pain!

    maybe use a box file for your A4 notes, one for each subject?: http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-fo...plies_210-2697

    and for your A3's - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tiger-Presen...ords=a3+folder

    We use the A3 folders in Food Tech at school; they stop the pages getting bent and you can easily flick through it and read them without having to take the pages out.

    also, perhaps stack them under your bed if you have space under there?

    for flash cards, I just use rubber bands and keep them in a drawer.
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    do you have space under your bed. all my notes are shoved in a box under my bed. for a3 you know the art wallets which are massive put them in there then put under your bed??:elefant:?
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    (Original post by Bella-emma)
    do you have space under your bed. all my notes are shoved in a box under my bed. for a3 you know the art wallets which are massive put them in there then put under your bed??:elefant:?
    not really:/
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    what about clip folders??
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    Just buy one of those massive folders with the clips that comes with the dividers then you can have them all in one place
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    For the a4 notes, I'd get a nice big folder, and get dividers for each subject - you could put them all in there. You can even flashcards in the folder, as you can put the flashcards in an envelope, and then hole punch the envelope side (it doesn't look weird, promise).

    For a3 stuff, could you put it on top of a wardrobe/ bookcase/ something? Or under your desk/ bed. You could even put them up on your bedroom walls.


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