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    Just a question. I personally write slow but neat and I can write around 300-500 words an hour with this.
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    Slow and neat if you start early. If it's last minute revision fast and messy obviously.
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    Personally I type my revision notes, I used this method in sixth form and still do at uni. I can type much more quickly than I can handwrite, and it's easier to edit them when typing. To answer your question though, I make notes slowly but fairly neatly, just because I can't write very fast
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    I do slow and neat so I can go back and revise but if I don't have time I will type them instead.
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    I can do fast and neat
 
 
 
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