I'm starting a Joint Honours degree in English and History (joint pathway) in September and was wondering how people organised their work particularly if you have a learning difficulty e.g. Dyslexia.
I was thinking of using an A5 for my lecture notes (I'll print a copy of the lecture when they come up on Blackboard) but copy them up into an A4 notepad afterwards so they can go into my module folder - is that a good/efficient way to understand it more?
I know there will be a lot of reading involved with the degree, how do people organise the reading? Do you highlight the text, annotate, using the index post-its to mark specific parts of the text, go over it several times?
Many help would be appreciated
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- Thread Starter
- 13-07-2014 23:53
- 15-07-2014 00:10
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