These are all just to get your opinion on things, basically like a survey or something.
When you take notes, do you write front and back, or just front? I'm iffy about just using front because of the amount of paper, but then I also highlight a lot and stuff like that, and sometimes it bleeds through the paper.
Also, if you had a class where all of your major notes were available online to be printed, but it was going to be many more pages to print than to just handwrite them (they're presented in class in Power Point), would you write or print? I personally prefer to write because it also helps me retain information better.
Lastly, wide or college ruled paper lol? Just curious to see what everyone likes. I prefer college for most things.
Asked by Mrs.BAT at 9:26 PM on Aug. 27, 2010 inLevel 38 (105,028 Credits)
I just finished a year-long nursing course, and I was salutatorian. I always pre-read the material before class, and printed the Power Point slides six to a page as you have described, then took notes on the slides during lectures. After class, I went over my notes and re-checked the textbook and filled in any missing information. Most classes nowadays provide blueprints of the material to be covered on exams; I would take the notes and arrange them according to topic on the computer, print the whole shebang and use them when studying with my study groups. Eventually, everyone was doing this, and everybody's grades went up dramatically. Good luck!
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