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What are Mind Maps?

What are Mind Maps?

Mind maps are a visual representation of information, with branches representing subtopics from a common idea.

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jeremyk

Founder & Lead Writer @ EdEfficiency - The Productivity Blog for Students. Website Developer, Entrepreneur

I recently wrote an article on my blog, EdEfficiency, on the topic of Mind Maps. I started implementing them in my Biology lectures, and saw miraculous results. I was able to remember more content, and had easy notes to reference later on.

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