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Do any of you take notes as you go through the Syllabus?

retaker2014retaker2014 Alum Member
edited April 2014 in General 99 karma
I was just wondering how different people go and review certain parts of the syllabus if they feel they need brush up on certain parts. Do you rewatch the video, and/or refer to some of your notes?


  • ENTJENTJ Alum Inactive ⭐
    edited April 2014 3658 karma
    Yeah I take tons of notes. It would take a good 15 minutes to scroll through all the crap I wrote down. It was especially helpful for all the lesson videos.

    I review them when I look back at certain lessons. I try to come up with the same inferences before I actually read my notes to see if I solidified the logic that I hoped to have learned.
  • ArchiebootsArchieboots Alum Member
    155 karma
    Yes I write my own notes for some lessons - a few tricks to remember lawgic for instance. I also take notes of my score and what mistakes I made for each exercise, this way when I do them again I can compare.
  • retaker2014retaker2014 Alum Member
    99 karma
    Great to what you guys are doing. I use a regular notebook and pencil right as I go along with the syllabus. And I have another notebook for diagramming logic games, when I am correcting. Earlier in my studying when I had no idea, how a logic game for example would work, I would diagram along with the video explanation. It would help make things that I was missing 'click'.

    I would be more inclined to use the notes at the end of lessons if they were synchronised across all lessons; so when reviewing E (A+C+D) for example, I could quickly scroll to my notes on A and C very quickly.
  • ENTJENTJ Alum Inactive ⭐
    3658 karma
    I just do everything through the 7sage website. That way when you go back to certain lessons, you have your comments right there at the bottom. It's pretty nifty.
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