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My suggestion is to reserve several pages at the back of your pad (or keep these in a separate notebook). One page for each topic you are taking notes in. Title each index page and whenever you take notes in that topic note the page number(s) and a one line summary on the index page. Number pages as you progress through the notebook, and if you need or ...


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If you prefer taking notes on paper, there is a very neat way how to organize them in a ruled journal using "tags" In your journal reserve each line of the very last page (which I'll call index page) for a specific tag. Then, add a bold mark on the back side of each page that covers this tag at the same position/height as the line containing the tag on your ...


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My key point to learning any new programming language is to have a relevant task which I want to solve in that language. It can be somewhat constructed (and possible only useful to you), but it needs to be something concrete, so that you have something to aim for. This will usually also give you a segregation of duties which would help separating the ...


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Would the reference materials fit in a 3-ring binder? If you don't want to punch holes in the materials, you could insert into sheet protectors.


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You may want to try getting a small file cabinet that holds hanging file folders. Within a new box of file hanging folders are transparent plastic tabs and accordion style thick paper that slide right into various slots along the top of hanging folder, so that you can align them in such a way to see past the next folder. Depending on how you organize each ...


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Personally, I use to take notes on folder ring bilder, in order to avoid large amount of chaotical and unused paper, notepads, notebooks and so on.. This solution is optimal because you can save paper and organize later your notes collecting them by categories. I also want to be able to quickly reference back to my notes when I need to [...] I use ...



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