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    I want to see your handwriting/font writing and how you format your notes
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    (Original post by .-.-.-.-.)
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    Niceeee, looking neat What programme do you use and how long does one page take?
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    (Original post by JustDoIt!)
    Niceeee, looking neat What programme do you use and how long does one page take?
    I use ms oneNote 2016.

    It probably takes me 3 hours per chapter but its completely worth it.

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    (Original post by .-.-.-.-.)
    I use ms oneNote 2016.

    It probably takes me 3 hours per chapter but its completely worth it.

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    I try to make notes but just revise from other people's instead IM DEF OF LAZY
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I try to make notes but just revise from other people's instead IM DEF OF LAZY
    bruh
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    (Original post by .-.-.-.-.)
    bruh
    Are you doing A levels atm? I haven't used OneNote yet but you've inspired me to try!
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    (Original post by Batgirl98)
    Are you doing A levels atm? I haven't used OneNote yet but you've inspired me to try!
    OneNote changed my note taking life for the better, trust me its the best thing for taking notes imo. Download it and just watch a 20 minute tutorial on youtube and you are good to go.

    Thanks to god, I have finished A levels.
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    Guys...help the OP out and get those notes uploaded!
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    What if a lecturer gave me a 70+ ppt to make notes off? Would OneNote still work?!
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    (Original post by JustDoIt!)
    What if a lecturer gave me a 70+ ppt to make notes off? Would OneNote still work?!
    yes. one note is literally designed by microsoft for pure note taking and has some awesome features to make the process easy.
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    (Original post by JustDoIt!)
    I want to see your handwriting/font writing and how you format your notes
    my homemade edexcel economics notes - didn't do this for the other 2 subjects though, just read the revision guides

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/oqp7w3fyn...UKheZxGka?dl=0
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    yes. one note is literally designed by microsoft for pure note taking and has some awesome features to make the process easy.
    what if you're a messy person who doesn't know how to format
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    what if you're a messy person who doesn't know how to format
    u cri in corner
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    I've just completed a maths GCSE and this is the first page of my notes on Construction and Loci. I always took very rough notes in class and I would get home and re-write them.

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    My boring LPC notes for business law practice, had like 200+ pages of this for each module. Fully black and white.

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    (Original post by AaronNaughton)
    I've just completed a maths GCSE and this is the first page of my notes on Construction and Loci. I always took very rough notes in class and I would get home and re-write them.

    So you prefer writing your notes rather than typing them up?
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    (Original post by Jacklicy)
    My boring LPC notes for business law practice, had like 200+ pages for each module.

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    That format I love reading notes like these
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    (Original post by JustDoIt!)
    So you prefer writing your notes rather than typing them up?
    I found that during this maths GCSE, but I think it's simply because it's maths, I'd find it would take longer to write up the equations and draw the diagrams on computer.
    I'm starting a dual degree in French and TESOL in September, and I imagine I'll type my notes up as it'll be easier.
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    (Original post by AaronNaughton)
    I found that during this maths GCSE, but I think it's simply because it's maths, I'd find it would take longer to write up the equations and draw the diagrams on computer.
    I'm starting a dual degree in French and TESOL in September, and I imagine I'll type my notes up as it'll be easier.
    Makes sense, but I rarely made notes for maths lol.. Just used scrap paper to practice questions on.
 
 
 
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