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    Ok I got into uni to study maths I'm over the moon

    how ever I got through alevel and Gcse by cgp books and teachers PowerPoint slides. My notes have always been scruffy and messy and I never used them.
    now I want to know if anyone has tips on how to write out during lecture and maybe how to re write them so that they're useful before the exam as I'm guessing their no university edition maths revision guide by cgp!

    thanks any help is appreciated
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    Ok I got into uni to study maths I'm over the moon

    how ever I got through alevel and Gcse by cgp books and teachers PowerPoint slides. My notes have always been scruffy and messy and I never used them.
    now I want to know if anyone has tips on how to write out during lecture and maybe how to re write them so that they're useful before the exam as I'm guessing their no university edition maths revision guide by cgp!

    thanks any help is appreciated
    the set of notes you take during a lecture will be an absolute mess, especially if your lecturer is one of those who does 'chalk and talk'. You'll probably need to rewrite them after the lecture. Making them useful to you is only something you can really do, treat the exams in first year as a 'trial run' of sorts. Not a trial run in the sense they don't matter, more as a method of seeing which revision tactics do/ don't work for you.
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    (Original post by .snowflake.)
    the set of notes you take during a lecture will be an absolute mess, especially if your lecturer is one of those who does 'chalk and talk'. You'll probably need to rewrite them after the lecture. Making them useful to you is only something you can really do, treat the exams in first year as a 'trial run' of sorts. Not a trial run in the sense they don't matter, more as a method of seeing which revision tactics do/ don't work for you.
    Thanks
 
 
 
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