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Trojan Mule

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  1. Just out of curiousity, has anyone done this before? If so, what activity did you do and were there any problems in documentation after?
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    Notes on how Napoleon rose to power in chart form.
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    Table of notes on the various reforms of the French Revolutionary Clubs.
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    Outline for Music revised for the exams taking place in 2013.
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    Outline for Psychology revised for the exams taking place in 2013.
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    Outline for Geography revised for the exams of 2013.
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    Outlines the major features of the course, and the syllabus and assessment requirements.
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    Outline for Economics revised for the exams taking place in 2013.
  9. I woud choose number two as well. Number one is a little vague. It would work better if you narrowed it a little bit to individual clubs, I think. I don't recall enough to comment on number three. Sorry. :x
  10. I find that different styles of 'notes' work better for certain tasks. For internal assessments, like essays, I usually compile a chart based on 'themes', while to study for the exam I organize the information in a list based on time, location, and importance/impact. Usually, I type my notes while my teacher is teaching us. I tried recording audio notes once or twice, but it turned out that I couldn't retain as much information that way.
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