Cornell Note-taking Method

The Cornell note-taking method is a system devised by Walter Pauk in the 1950’s to help students better organise their note-taking during class. I only learned of this method in my 2nd year of university and only wish that I learned of  it earlier! It’s an easy to use systematic method to keep your notes organised and condense. Overview The student divides the paper into two columns: the note-taking column (usually on...

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