Being able to read large amounts of text is of no use if we don’t have an effective way to remember the information we come across. Our memories are not capable of retaining everything we read, and so we need an efficient system of note-taking to aid us in remembering as much information as we can.
Not only does note-taking help us remember more by writing important concepts or ideas in concise and easy language, we inevitably engage with our content in creative ways when we assemble information in a systematic manner.
Rapid Knowledge Acquisition & Synthesis: How to Quickly Learn, Comprehend, and Apply, and Master New Information and Skills (Learning how to Learn Book 11)
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