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10/27/2015
As mentioned in a previous post, notes are a crucial part of your student life. After all, it's through them that you refresh your memory and get ready for your tests. Still, if you want to have effective notes, you need to have an organized notebook. Without it, you'll be less likely to study successfully. For a few tips on how to organize your notebooks, refer to the post below.

How to Keep an Organized Notebook

  1. First, you'll need a notebook and folder for each of your subjects. Using them accordingly will help you keep your notes separated, which will make them easier to find.
  2. While you might think it's childish, it's important that you tag your notebooks. Putting your name and subject on them will help you retrieve them if you misplace them.
  3. Organization is key if you want to have effective study sessions. That's why it's a good idea to write a title and date on every page in your notebook, so you can locate the exact notes you need easily.
  4. You should also say no to loose papers. This means not ripping your notebook's pages and not keeping loose papers in them. This can result in lost or messy notes.
  5. Cleanliness is a big part of organization. Having a dirty notebook (one that's filled with doodles and mistakes), can be both distracting and stressful when you study, so keep your notebooks clean.
  6. If you'd like extra organized notebook, create an index. To do this, you just have to number each page. Then, write at the end of the notebook the exact page for each of the topics in it.

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