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How to study

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Grace Stanton

on 5 September 2012

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TIP #2 Pre-Studying Pre-Studying Turn NOTES into
KNOWLEDGE Matrix Partners preso! Harvard Business Review How to lower the cost of enterprise sales? And why it happened Instead this is
what happened And now I have
BIG Problem! This is the result S _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ t d y g n How I got behind
when I was trying
to study... TIP #1 Description of Step Two Step One Organization and Concentration Solution! Step Three The Cost to Acquire a Customer (CAC) exceeds the Life Time Value (LTV) a customer brings us. This is my third go-around selling to large enterprises, SkyStream, Kontiki and now Qumu.

I like to explain to you the problem the way I see it, the changes I suggest to avoid making the same mistake again. and Take Effective Notes I wanted to do this And now all is right again Effective Note Taking and turning those notes into knowledge I studied so hard! Stay Organized! Find "hidden" time Stay Focused! Reduce external distractions Cornell System Mark your Textbook Be Inquisitive Tie Things Together #1: Review to cement
understanding
#2: Recite to strengthen
memories
#3: Reflect to add
wisdom 1.877.875.0533 teamsucceed@
columbiasouthern.edu Ace your exams! STUDY How to truly at a college level Summary Area Cue
Column Your Notes Sentence Notes Paragraph Notes Definition Notes List Notes Organized
Proven
Flexible
Simple What's animism? What's mana? How to gain mana? Who has mana? A. Animism
1. Object has supernatural power
2. Power called mana (not limited to objects)
a. Objects accumulate mana
EX. Good canoe- more mana than poor one
b. Objects can lose mana
c. People collect objects w/ lots of mana
d. Good person's objects collect mana
e. People, animals, plant have mana, too
EX. Expert canoe builder has mana-
imparts mana to canoe
f. Chief has lots of mana- dangerous to get too
close to chief- mana around head.
What was the Greek concept of a well-rounded person? Greece
Unity = well rounded
Early Greeks vigorous. Goal was to be well rounded: unity of knowledge and activity. No separate specializations as law, literature, philosophy, etc. Believed one person should master all things equally well; not only knowledge, but be an athlete, soldier, & statesman, too. 1. Types of note-taking formats Sentence- Notes written in sentences, but telegraphically: w/ abbrevs. for common wrds. Articles ("a", "an", etc.) left out

Paragraph- Like real paragraphs, clustered around main idea, but sentences telegraphic and transitions left off

Definition- Name or term, followed by dash or colon and explanation

List- Word or phrase heading, followed by series of items. No numbers unless relevant. Use bullet pts. instead

Combination- mix of other formats What are main types of note-taking formats? How do texts show intonation? Intonation in textbooks Boldface signals heading, subhead. May also indicate key word, phrase
Italics place emphasis
Underline like boldface or italics. Depends on format of book
Bullets (circles, dots, squares, etc.) set off items in lists Ask, ask, ask
QUESTIONS! Wrap up your readings

Walk through the note-taking steps 1. Focus
2. Read
3. Question
4. Recite
5. Record Post-Studying Ace your Exams! Manage text anxiety Change your time habits Stick to a schedule Think in terms of tasks Devise a system Keep things flexible Overcome internal distractions Minimize multitasking Cultivate concentration Use double lines under words or phrases to signify main ideas. Use single lines under words or phrases to signify supporting material. Mark small circled numbers near the initial word of an underlined group of words to indicate a series. Rather than underlining a group of three or more important lines, use a vertical bracket in the margin. Use asterisks in the margin to indicate ideas of special importance. Circle keywords and key terms. Box words of enumeration and transition. Place a question mark in the margin, opposite lines you do not understand, as a reminder to ask the instructor for clarification. If you disagree with a statement, indicate that in the margin. Use the top and bottom margins of a page to record ideas of your own that are prompted by what you read. On sheets of paper that are smaller than the pages of the book, write longer thoughts or summaries; then insert them between the pages. Even though you have underlined the important ideas and supporting materials, still jot brief cues in the side margins. Understand each question type Move systematically through the test Learn from experience
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