Note-taking is one of those skills that rarely gets taught. Teachers and professors assume either that taking good notes comes naturally or that someone else must have already taught students how to take notes.
Not only do good notes help us recall facts and ideas we may have forgotten, the act of writing things down helps many of us to remember them better in the first place.
The short article provides advice on how to take good notes and describes several different note-taking techniques you might want to try.
Check it out here: Advice for Students: Taking Notes that Work.
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