Note Taking Method for Acing a Test (HOW TO STUDY FOR EXAMS)

test taking skills Oct 22, 2019

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Having strong note taking strategies and note taking skills is key when building strong study skills. When it’s time to study for a test in college, prepare for an exam, study for exams, or study for a test in general, you don’t want to procrastinate in your preparation.

This study tip and note taking example is very similar to Cornell note taking. This is useful for note taking tips for high school students, college students, and even returning adult students.

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