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If you are in high school (or middle school. Or elementary school. Or college. Or preschool. Basically, “school” in any form) you are probably of the belief that the only way to get great, Rory Gilmore-type grades is through hard, arduous, (metaphorically) back-breaking, Pinterest-and-Tumblr-type picture-perfect studying.

If you are in high school (or middle school. Or elementary school. Or college. Or preschool. Basically, “school” in any form) you are probably of the belief that the only way to get great, Rory Gilmore-type grades is through hard, arduous, (metaphorically

A big part of your success in college will come down to how effectively you take notes when in class, or watching a lecture online. Effective note taking can really enhance your learning and studying efforts. College can be very overwhelming, with the sheer amount of coursework and subjects, but when you master effective note taking it will become much easier to succeed. Why is it important to take notes during classes? If you are anything like me, then note-taking during class will help…

A big part of your success in college will come down to how effectively you take notes when in class, or watching a lecture online. Effective note taking can really enhance your learning and studying efforts. College can be very overwhelming, with the she

studypetals: made a layout of how i generally organize my notes! this is only one example; i have a lot of different layouts. this one is my most used, so i thought i’d share!

studypetals: // days of productivity // made a layout of how i generally organize my notes! this is only one example; this one is my most used, so i thought i’d share!

If you are in high school (or middle school. Or elementary school. Or college. Or preschool. Basically, “school” in any form) you are probably of the belief that the only way to get great, Rory Gilmore-type grades is through hard, arduous, (metaphorically) back-breaking, Pinterest-and-Tumblr-type picture-perfect studying.

If you are in high school (or middle school. Or elementary school. Or college. Or preschool. Basically, “school” in any form) you are probably of the belief that the only way to get great, Rory Gilmore-type grades is through hard, arduous, (metaphorically