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Take Better Notes – Cornell Method

Posted by medliorator on August 15, 2008

  • Note taking area: Record lecture as fully and meaningfully as possible.
  • Cue column: As you’re taking notes, leave the cue column empty. Soon after the lecture, reduce your notes to concise jottings as clues for Reciting, Reviewing and Reflecting.
  • Summaries: Sum up each page of your notes in a sentence or two.

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Ready-made, Cornell Method printouts are available and customizable here

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