Posted by: pkab | 6 February 2008

Mind Map as A Write Notes Method


The following are different note-taking strategies. Combine ideas and find one that best fits you.

1. MIND MAP METHOD

How to use:
– Begin in the middle of the page with the main idea, and work out from there with supporting details.
– Use arrows, letters, and numbers to illustrate content of the lecture.

Benefits:
– It helps you visualize the connections among different concepts presented in lecture.
– It helps to organize papers because you can easily draw connections among topics.

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Note Taking
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Out of Class … at the Library
Reading and Note Taking
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Preparing for an Exam
Test Taking
Test Anxiety
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