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  • What is the best system for taking notes in class? Luckily for you, I did the research

  • and it turns out that there are five different note taking systems that are generally accepted

  • to be pretty darn good. Of course, I will be representing these note taking systems

  • with Street Fighter characters because, why not.

  • The five note taking systems I’m going to go over in this video include the outline

  • method, the Cornell method, the mind map method, the flow method and the write on the slides

  • method. The first note taking system on my list is

  • the outline method. I chose Ryu to represent it because the outline method is straightforward,

  • based on hierarchy, disciplined and overall very simple. In fact, you couldn't get more

  • simple than the outline method unless you were just straight up writing paragraph notes

  • down. If you think that’s going to be a good note taking method, well, things are

  • not going to work out for you. The outline method is a note taking system

  • that’s based on bullet points and hierarchy. Basically, to take outline style notes you

  • simply create top level bullet points of all of the main points in the lecture. Then you

  • make lower level bullet points to fill out all the details.

  • If youre taking outline notes on paper, it’s a good idea to either space out your

  • main bullet points or summarize them at the top if your professor goes through them. Then,

  • make new bullet points that are more detailed down the line.

  • However, if youre taking these notes on a computer like I always did in a program

  • like Evernote or Byword or another word processor, you can easily go back, add new bullet points

  • and format things without having to mess up the structure of your document too much.

  • Honestly, for the outline method I think using a computer is a perfect approach. The second

  • note taking method on my list is the Cornell method. I've chosen Chun-Li to represent it

  • because she’s got multiple kicks and it’s got multiple sections.

  • The Cornell method was developed by Walter Pauk back in the 1950s and it still holds

  • up pretty well today. When you take your notes in the Cornell style, you divide your paper

  • into three distinct sections. On the top of your paper youll two different columns,

  • the left one being the cue column and the right one being the note taking column.

  • Underneath those two columns you add another box for the summary. During class, you use

  • the note taking column on the right to write notes in a normal style. However, this is

  • where the Cornell method deviates from other note taking systems. As soon as you can after

  • class, you write down questions or cues in the cue column. These are meant to help you

  • review later. You also write down a summary of the lecture

  • in the summary column. These two sections of the Cornell method, the summary and the

  • cue column, theyre both designed to help you build reviewable notes the first time

  • you write them. That way you don’t have to go back and rework your notes so much.

  • Note taking system number three is the mind map method. It’s been said that your mind

  • is a map of the territory that is reality. Maybe by that logic the mind map system is

  • the perfect note taking system. Actually, that doesn't make any sense at all. Either

  • way, I chose Dhalsim to represent the mind mapping system because he’s a meditator

  • and he’s always focused on improving his mind.

  • To begin a mind map, you simply take a blank piece of paper, draw a circle in the middle

  • of it and add the main topic of the lecture there. Then youll start branching off little

  • trees and adding sub topics. Eventually youll have lots of little branches and youll

  • create a mind map. I never actually used mind maps for my class

  • notes but I have used them for blog post topics before. When I’m wanting to write a blog

  • post on all the ways you could save money in college I wanted to make sure I could cover

  • all my bases. I created a mind map. I put saving money in college in the middle and

  • then tried to figure out all the different facets of a student’s life where they have

  • to spend money. Building a mind map help me organize all these

  • topics and as a result, I was able to create a more comprehensive list in the end. The

  • fourth note taking system is the flow method. This system was invented by the writer Scott

  • Young who’s probably best known for going through the entire MIT computer science curriculum

  • in a single year. Scott uses what he calls holistic learning

  • and his approach is diametrically opposed to the rigid transcribing style of the outline

  • method. As a result, I chose Blanka to represent this note taking system. His fighting style

  • is that of basically a wild animal and it’s the complete opposite of more disciplined

  • fighters like Ryu or Guile. That is a perfect way to describe the flow

  • system of note taking. Youre not trying to get every single detail from the lecture

  • down to your paper and in fact the point is not to transcribe the lecture at all. Rather

  • it’s to learn while you are sitting in class. As you take your notes, your goal is to create

  • an original document that represents your mental image of the subject. It’s not to

  • record verbatim what your professor said. As you take notes, you can go back to earlier

  • points, add details, draw on arrows and little offshoots and basically create something that

  • is your own. The entire point of the flow system of note

  • taking is to learn it once. This lets you accelerate your learning and that’s the

  • real strength to this system. Final system of taking notes is the lazy man’s way of

  • taking notes. I call it the write on the slides method. To represent this note taking method,

  • I chose Zangief because Zangief. Seriously, do you really think I put a whole

  • lot of thought into these things? If your professor actually lets you download the lecture

  • slides before class, then it can be pretty convenient to just go print them off at the

  • computer lab and write directly on them. One of the cool things about this method is that

  • the slides more or less mirror the flow of the lecture. You almost get a timeline view

  • when you take notes on slides. It’s kind of like SoundCloud where people

  • can actually leave comments at specific times during an audio file. Taking notes on slides

  • isn't that accurate but it’s pretty close. When you do it you can look back and say okay

  • at this slide he was talking about return on the cost of buzzword synergy management.

  • Those are the real strengths of the method. You don’t have to write as much because

  • the slides do it for you. You get a timeline view for your notes.

  • Those are in my humble opinion the best five note taking systems out there. Which one’s

  • right for you? Hey there, thanks for watching my video on the different note taking systems

  • you can use. If you like this video, I would absolutely appreciate it if you could give

  • it a like and share it with a friend who’s maybe not as good taking notes as you are.

  • Charity’s a good thing right? If you want to hear more videos every single week on being

  • awesome in college, including more videos on how to take better notes, which I’ll

  • having coming out in the next couple of weeks, then hit the subscribe button up in the corner.

  • Yeah, that one. If you missed last week’s video, you can click the button right under

  • that. It’s not actually a button, it’s more like a little movie clip but itll

  • get you there all the same so whatever. You want to get links to other websites with additional

  • information on any of these note taking systems then click the orange logo on the left corner

  • where youll find the companion blog post for this video.

  • If you’d like to get a free chapter of my book, Hacking Productivity, when it comes

  • out well click that thing. Also, if you would like to suggest any other video ideas for

  • the future or leave a comment then leave a comment or you can connect with me on Twitter.

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