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I was wondering if anyone can give ideas on how to organise uni work/notes for Paramedic students. I used arch lever files at a levels is it a good idea to do the same at uni.
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1) before started a semester, write all the due dates in like a paper and stick it on the your wall.
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1) before started a semester, write all the due dates in like a paper and stick it on the your wall.
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I was wondering if anyone can give ideas on how to organise uni work/notes for Paramedic students. I used arch lever files at a levels is it a good idea to do the same at uni.
Hiya!

I would recommend either sticking to paper or digital notes. I have always found it easier to store all my lecture notes digitally because the majority of assignments are digital and not handwritten (unless groupwork, exams or a presentation which may not be digitally assessed).

In the first week of uni your lecturer should provide a handbook with all the topics which will be covered in that module. I then created folders for each topic within each module where I could store all my lecture notes, seminar prep, seminar activities and seminar notes in. This could be done digitally or using lever archers where you can write all your notes and any revision for each module. I found storing all my work digitally easier just because I can type quicker during a lecturer rather than writing, plus storing your work on your laptop saves you a lot of space!

Hope this helps! Sam- Official Student Rep
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Hiya!

I would recommend either sticking to paper or digital notes. I have always found it easier to store all my lecture notes digitally because the majority of assignments are digital and not handwritten (unless groupwork, exams or a presentation which may not be digitally assessed).

In the first week of uni your lecturer should provide a handbook with all the topics which will be covered in that module. I then created folders for each topic within each module where I could store all my lecture notes, seminar prep, seminar activities and seminar notes in. This could be done digitally or using lever archers where you can write all your notes and any revision for each module. I found storing all my work digitally easier just because I can type quicker during a lecturer rather than writing, plus storing your work on your laptop saves you a lot of space!

Hope this helps! Sam- Official Student Rep
Hi Sam thank you very this is incredibly helpful
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