Note-taking/stationary used for medicine.

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What stationary do you use when making notes?

Do you have small folders or a big arch file? I will have two modules+ placement.

How do you write up notes from lectures that are 50+ slides long?

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Print out the slides (6 per page, make notes on the slides). Get a notepad with dividers for separate modules.

I personally don’t use folders.

Ryman’s have 15% off at the moment, cheap Pukka Pad notepads too. Good quality!
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Depends on what works best for you. I personally never made notes and just learnt from the slides.

Most lecturers printed off the slides and gave them out to us. I never bothered to print anything myself, just read all of the slides online + used books as needed to consolidate my learning.

Most of my friends used their laptops to make notes as it made it easier to follow the slides. If you're the sort of person who likes to make notes with pen and paper then I second printing off slides and making notes as the lecture goes on. I think it's better to write up the notes during the lecture rather than afterwards, otherwise you will be giving yourself a lot of work.

As for organising things, it's probably best to divide all your notes into the different subjects (Pathology, Anatomy etc) using a simple folder.

As you go along, you'll realise what works best for you. I just like staring at a textbook until it all sinks in, then using flashcards to test myself repeatedly.
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