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Why Cornell notes are effective

  • Improved organization and structure.
  • Enhanced retention and comprehension.
  • Better focus during lectures or readings.
  • Greater flexibility.
  • Encourages critical thinking.

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There are dozens of ways to take notes, but they all seemingly end up with the same outcome. The Cornell note-taking system is an effective method for organizing and summarizing information during lectures or readings, leading to improved retention and comprehension of the material.

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