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Does anyone have any software they use to help revise? Particularly university lectures...

I'm trying out things like Jamworks to transcribe my notes, has anyone used it before?
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Does anyone have any software they use to help revise? Particularly university lectures...

I'm trying out things like Jamworks to transcribe my notes, has anyone used it before?
I'm not familiar with Jamworks, but I use Notion to type up all my notes and it's done well the past 2 years! Naturally, security concern means I don't put raw, sensitive data such as passwords or keycodes into my Notion, so I encrypt them in a locked online notebook then save the link there. Otherwise, it's done well. I organise every lesson or series of lessons into a kanban board, I categorise them by section of the course. I have my timetable on there, study planner and whatmore!

I use Anki to revise for exams throughout the year! It's pretty popular with Med students.
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I'm not familiar with Jamworks, but I use Notion to type up all my notes and it's done well the past 2 years! Naturally, security concern means I don't put raw, sensitive data such as passwords or keycodes into my Notion, so I encrypt them in a locked online notebook then save the link there. Otherwise, it's done well. I organise every lesson or series of lessons into a kanban board, I categorise them by section of the course. I have my timetable on there, study planner and whatmore!

I use Anki to revise for exams throughout the year! It's pretty popular with Med students.
Awesome thanks for your tips! Notion & Anki both look awesome I will check it out
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