• Note Taking

  • 10 Simple Steps To Effective Note Taking
  • By: Brad Jones
  • Narrated by: James Loram
  • Length: 59 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 11-13-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HRD Publishing
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars 3.4 (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Throughout this audiobook, you will learn how to organize your notes, focus on the important points of your lectures, become an active listener, choose your note-taking style, and so much more. Our goal is to prepare you for success in your educational venture, whether it be high school, college, vocational school, or through another learning community.
Taking notes can be difficult, especially when you can't stop thinking about the bills you have left to pay, the date you have next Friday, the test you still haven't studied for, or one of the hundreds of other things going on in your personal life. But we're here to change all of that.
After listening to this audiobook, you should feel more confident in your note-taking abilities. You should feel prepared and excited to attend your classes, because you'll know how to use your notebook to your advantage (a concept we'll discuss later). In other words, you should feel focused and motivated.
The habit of taking notes has been statistically proven to help students increase their GPA, study for their tests, and retain lecture information. More often than not, a student who takes notes in class will score better than a student who does not take notes in class. How do you like those odds?
Chances are, you're listening to this book because the idea of writing notes makes you a little nervous. You might be wondering what the right way is. The truth is, there isn't a right or wrong way to take notes, as long as you're following the basic note-taking tips listed throughout book. It boils down to common sense, organizational skills, and preparation for anything.
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