5 Note-Taking Methods For College Students That Truly Work

Here are some of the best note-taking methods for students, including Cornell Notes, Bullet Journal, Mind Maps, and Charting Methods, and how to use them in NoteLedge

If you dread taking notes in class because you know you’ll never make sense out of your frantic scrawls later on, this article is for you.

Taking notes is not just an excellent prophylactic against sleeping in front of your teacher.t’s also a tried and true way to make friends and be the smart yet popular student whose school notes everyone wants to borrow.

On a more serious note, knowing how to take notes effectively and efficiently will not onOn a more serious note though, knowing how to take effective notes efficiently will not only improve your retention rates in school but make you a much smarter learner for life. Pair these note-taking methods with NoteLedge, and you’ll smash every learning curve thrown at you!

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Start the New School Year with Markup: a User Story

From remote learning to summer relaxation, students in 2020 are experiencing big changes. For those looking for digital solutions to make the transition into your new school year easier, you’re not alone! We chatted with Krista, who shared how to start the new school year with Markup

There’s more! We would like to treat students and teachers worldwide with a 30-day free trial for our premium annotation tool, Markup Pro, as well as the Creativity365 apps – fill out this form today! 

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6 Essential Apps to Master Your Semester

Remember last semester’s time crunch when you swore you’d be more productive next time??

Fret not, we’ve got you covered. Here are five essential apps for students to beat the new semester woes. Don’t just browse through the apps – use them! Continue reading “6 Essential Apps to Master Your Semester”

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