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Notes can be in any form. There isn’t a set way of taking notes. You write the information in such a way which suits you the most; such a way which your able to understand what it is your taking notes on. Just a note, people like to use colours to take notes as it helps them see differences clearly. I read a study online which showed using colour does help your brain to seperate sections of information when taking notes. Ultimately its what works best with your brain and only you know that.
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Notes can vary between everyone. There's no specific way to write them, though there are techniques you can use, such as the Cornell method.

I think your notes look very neat and have a good structure
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Notes can vary between everyone. There's no specific way to write them, though there are techniques you can use, such as the Cornell method.

I think your notes look very neat and have a good structure
Thank I thought I was doing it wrong because it looks like a lot of information on my paper 😂

What I’m gonna be doing is a title then subtitles and put the information in there and possible do bulletpoints and maybe some sentences too.

I am so glad I am doing it right tho
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Notes can be in any form. There isn’t a set way of taking notes. You write the information in such a way which suits you the most; such a way which your able to understand what it is your taking notes on. Just a note, people like to use colours to take notes as it helps them see differences clearly. I read a study online which showed using colour does help your brain to seperate sections of information when taking notes. Ultimately its what works best with your brain and only you know that.
So would you say my notes are useful?
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So would you say my notes are useful?
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If you can understand what you’ve written then they’ll be useful.

I personally print off the lecture slides before each lecture (providing they’re uploaded haha) and write on them. I usually make a point of writing what the lecturer says that isn’t on the slide as they can mention lots of little things, such as books or articles to have a look at. If I have no slides printed off I take notes using the same method. So if something is said that’s pertinent I’ll write down the slide number then add the note.

I personally find that if I’m making lots of notes I’m not actively listening and taking in the information.

It’s whatever works for you. Btw I once read that using blue ink helps you remember things better. Don’t know if it’s true but I use blue pens just in case 😉
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