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  • Taking notes by hand helps you remember
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Taking notes by hand helps you remember

While people might be taking iPads and laptops into classrooms and university lectures, this might not be the best way to remember what’s being said. According to a new study, people who write notes by hand remember the content better than those who use electronic devices.

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