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When I'm revising and making notes I write things down to help me think things through and link ideas. When I'm done I throw my notes away. Do you keep your old notes? I'm in the process of making revision sheets for biology for complex topics if I had used my old notes it would be terrible
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I still have most of my notes. I am actually throwing most of mines tomorrow and starting all over again to refresh my memory.
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From A-Level, I kept some that may be useful at uni. I used a couple in my first year.
Then I threw the rest away, a couple of my friends burnt them but I feel quite uneasy about burning books or other types of written knowledge.
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I laminate them so my tears roll off
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I've kept all of my notes from AS onwards. Going into my second year of university and still finding use for the notes sometimes. I recommend keeping them, even in a box in the attic if must be.
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