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How to Take Great Notes

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Published on Oct 26, 2012

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Do your notes look like they're written in a foreign language? In this week's WellCast, we took a viewer's suggestion on how to take better and more effective notes! We'll show you how note-taking should be an act of learning, instead of just mindlessly copying everything your teacher says. Sharpen those pencils, folks, 'cause we have three note-taking tips to help you retain all the information you learned!

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