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posted in 22.12.21
Four effective ways to write notes

Why does a student need notes? You can't do without taking notes during your studies. This skill is ideally acquired in high school. In college and university, it is required from the first day. Our company assignment writing services in uk strongly recommends that you make friends with the notes ) After all, a student needs to:



  1. Quickly write down huge amounts of information in lectures.

  2. To structure information to remember it better.

  3. Prepare for tests and exams, and with notes, it is much easier.

  4. Sometimes teachers allow you to use your notes during tests.


Many teachers require you to bring them notes for review and without it, they do not give a grade. If you know how to take notes, you won't be lost. Don't be lazy to use this skill.



1. Identify the main point and write it down only.


This method is especially good for taking notes on textbooks. Open the book (brochure, manual) and with the step of one to three or five paragraphs look for the essence of the text. It and write it down. At the same time, the skill of uk essay writings, singling out the really necessary information from large volumes is pumped up. It is the best way to use this kind of note-taking during a lecture. At first, it will not be easy, you will start writing down everything the teacher says, afraid of missing something important. But if you listen to the teacher's words instead of mechanically fixing them, you will quickly learn to grasp the basics, the main idea.


2. The method of indexes - the more schemes, the better.


Concludes in the active use of tables, graphs, drawings, underlining key concepts. The method of indexes on the one hand - self-sufficient, with its help you can lay out schematically the entire lecture or paragraph of the textbook, on the other - perfectly complements the classic synopsis.


3. Cornell's method - for large amounts of information. 


Take a large sheet of paper, preferably A4, and, leaving space at the top and bottom, divide it with a vertical line into two parts (the left is narrower, the right is wider). At the top write the title: the date of the lecture, the subject, the name of the teacher, the main topic. On the right side, you record the main points of the lecture. On the left side, you write additional information about each topic: dates, names, formulas, etc. At the end of the lecture, or preferably sometime later, e.g. the next day, go back to the "raw" lecture notes and write a brief summary of the entire lecture in the remaining free space.


4. Mental cards - hard to learn, easy to pass
You write down the main idea in the center of the sheet, and from it (or, conversely, to it) with arrows, like in a quest game, lead to specifics:



  • dates from the oldest to the one you are looking for;

  • cause-and-effect connections;

  • your thoughts about it;

  • short explanations, opinions of different experts, etc.


This way of taking notes seems complicated, but once you start, it's simple, understandable, and very useful. Mental maps help to quickly understand a long, confusing lecture, overloaded with theory.


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