Hola! How’s the GED studying going for everyone? I know studying for the GED can be tough… and whether you’re studying online, in classes, or from books, one thing that can help you get more out of studying so that it goes faster is taking notes.
I know, you probably never thought too much about taking notes while you were in school. I mean, what’s taking notes really for? How does it help? Well, I figured out that, if I’m taking notes, it makes me think about what I’m learning. You know, so it doesn’t just pass right in one ear and out the other. Thinking about your GED studying makes it “stick” better, and that means you learn more. And the more you learn from studying, the quicker you get your GED!
One way to take notes is called the Cornell Notes system. It’s just a way to keep your notes and thoughts organized while you’re studying. You could use it during a class or lesson, or even use it to take notes from a book you’re studying. Here’s what a Cornell Notes page looks like:
Remember, part of what you get out of your notes is looking over them afterwards, too, so you remember what you learned. Give it a try!
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