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Transcript of Cornell Notes
1949 Cornell University by Walter Pauk
Frustrated with test scores
Meant as study guide
Adopted by most major law schools
Cornell Process and Study
Why do the Cornell Process?
Cornell Process = Distributed vs. Mass Practice
Not , but time
Retention & Comprehension
= Test & Quiz scores
Where does this come from?
How do you do it?
The Cornell process allows us to learn not just better, but faster. It was developed to help students remember and understand lectures better @ Cornell University and spread to law schools . The research behind it shows that it combats Ebbinghaus' Curve of Forgetting through Distributed Practice. The specific process involves returning to your notes and doing specific things 10 minutes, 24 hours, and 7 days after initially taking your notes.
10 mins after
24 hours later
Answers to ?'s
7 days later
Cover up notes
Quiz from ?'s