Taking notes in class is a must. For math and science courses, be sure to bring a pencil and notebook. For non-technical courses, remember your laptop – you type faster than you write, your notes will much more legible for review, and you minimize the risk of losing your notes.
Organize your notes by course, date, and lecture topic. Upload your notes to a cloud storage website like Dropbox or take notes directly in Evernote, and you won’t have to worry about computer viruses or coffee accidents.
Our favorite tips for taking notes in lecture:
That means a handful of new syllabi — we love syllabi.They’re full of useful information:
Relax, you’re finished with finals. Give yourself a well-deserved pat on the back, and don’t forget these key December tips:
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Reading textbooks and papers for college courses can be tedious. Did you know that reading speed and comprehension can go hand in hand? Here are some major reading pitfalls we’ve encountered — and how to avoid them.
For denser texts, make connections and associations. We recommend organizing ideas in an outline or mind map as you read.
For the bold and stylish, here are 7 fun and flirty ways to wear your brooch this fall!
These versatile accents will add elegance and a little shine to any ensemble. Try clustering them for an extra bold statement.
Be creative and have fun with it! Brooches aren’t just for your grandma’s jewelry box anymore!
Coming up, we’ll be showing some flirty and fun ways to wear fall’s sharpest accessory from Doteable’s October Dorm Duffel and Mini.
Autumn: a season for crunching leaves and pumpkin spices lattes, and for any college student, a season for paper writing. In October’s duffel, we include our top 3 tips for writing papers:
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