Unfortunately, taking note is an element of the student life that you just can't avoid-if you want to go, that is
But how effectively do we accept the notes?
However, the study also states that students "cannot record 40% points in a typical vocabulary, with an average of only 11% recorded in the first year."
To help, I have studied the most effective tips to help improve our note and then our estimates. Now, of course, we are all beautiful people, and, to say that, we will follow the same method
Preparation for a class is often the key to the student's success. Typically, preparation for a class consists of performing the assigned readings. If you can write notes while you are reading, it will help you to remember the key points, as well as provide background information for the lecture
I was warned in high school that I had written all that my professor had said during the lecture, but during my first classes, I noticed that many students did this
As the professor began to speak, the race began, and the students sent all their words, including everything from the date of the agricultural revolution and the story of his dog
Now that you can have a transcript of the lecture, if you can handle all of this, it becomes difficult for students to find the key points for learning later
It would not have been impossible to remember every detail-instead of getting information about the main and important facts
Monitor the instructor progress and use abbreviations or symbols to help you continue. For example, you can use the arrows to specify whether you want to increase or decrease the names. If you happen to stop by, leave a blank to fill in the blanks later, and write a question mark next to the concepts you understand to refine or return to this issue at a later time
Focus on key messages, such as key events, people, formulas, or theories. Pay particular attention to the language of the professor's body, the verbal irritation or the opening of phrases to help you decipher the important information. Instructors often make such comments: "This is an important concept," or "Make sure you understand it." This indicates that the subject is likely to be found in the exam or exam
Pull out the selection in these cases
Congratulations, you went through the class, but now what? Many of us leave the class and don't look at our records again before the exam. Then, specify the time required to reorganize the notes, fill in spaces, and view the material. It'll help avoid the crab before the exam
When using the same format, colors and abbreviations will keep your notes in a neat, simple, and perfect way to study
Invite you in the future! How many times do we have to say, "I'll remember," and we won't? To write small notes about yourself in the fields to help you remember the smaller details or to specify the content mentioned by the instructor will be in the exam
Whether it is a block or binder, store notes in one place. With one note on your laptop, the other in the binder, and one point at the bottom of your backpack is a recipe for disaster
Although it might not work for everyone
" Those who made the recordings alone and who could learn are much better than any other student in the experiment-even better than the types of the vehicle fleet that have largely been able to decipher the lectures. That is, they took fewer notes in general with less verbatim records, but nevertheless they did better with conceptual training and with higher conceptual training. "
Now I'm not saying that handwritten notes are the best option for everyone, but there's something to consider if you can't remember the information from your laptop
Even if you're mistaken, you're just a little lazy, or you're just a little lazy on that day, you're going to keep on writing. These notes will be extremely useful for you in the future
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Kylie-Anne Grube (Kylie-Anne Grand)-English speaking English, at the university, she often finds a curvature with a good book and likes to write stories and poetry in his magazine. "Kylie" becomes a professional writer or editor for one day