The Outline Method is one of the most structured note taking methods, and visually looks very organized.
The Cornell note-taking method is one of the most popular and renowned note-taking techniques, created by Prof. Walter Pauk of Cornell University in the 1950s. It’s designed to make you actively think about your notes as you go along, rather than mindlessly jotting things down.
The Boxing Method is a highly visual note-taking method. It gives you an at-a-glance overview of your topic.
The charting method is a great way to organize different items or concepts that all share several properties.
Another visual note-taking style is the Mapping Method. It allows you to organize your notes by dividing them into branches, enabling you to establish relationships between the topics.
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