Learn to Take Better Notes & Cornell Notes – 1 Class Project
Learn to Take Better Notes & Cornell Notes – 1 Class Project – Learn to take Cornell notes and better notes with an ease.
For taking better notes
•If you are reading a book for an English literature class, make sure you have a pack of Post-It notes at hand, since you may not be allowed to write in the actual book.
•If you have an open-note test, use your notes wisely.
•Make sure to have a separate notebook or page for each of your subjects, and remember to label.
•Studies have proved that hand-writing notes helps in effective recollection (not to mention, it improves your writing speed too).
•Make two to three-page notes in one day or as per the requirement―add these into your main file.
•Listen accurately your teacher and use colourful highlighters to make them more organized.
•Type your notes during class. Then at home write them.
•After reviewing your notes, find quizzes online or have someone at home write questions about the topic.
•Create a title for your notes so you know where it is kept and it is well organized for whenever you need to study them for an upcoming test.
For Taking Cornell Style Notes
Devote notepaper solely to your
•Whether you use a notebook or loose sheets kept together in a binder, you will want to have pages set aside just for note-taking. You will divide each sheet into several sections; each section has a specific purpose.