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The Best Tips For Taking notes

The Best Tips For Taking notes

In class and in meetings, jotting down what you’re hearing is key—so it’s worth it to figure out the best ways to take notes.

Here are some tips you should keep in mind:

  • Take your notes by hand whenever possible.
  • Use your own words.
  • Revise your notes immediately after class or a meeting.

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Note-taking can help in class or a meeting—and if you do them right, they'll help you afterward as well.

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