Tips for writing your note

Write the course name, lesson topic, and date in your page header to keep notes organized. Paraphrase only the most important information to stay focused. Avoid writing complete sentences, so you can save time and keep up. Highlight any point the teacher, text, or video repeats.

There is no one correct way to take notes, but there are some general tips that can help you get the most out of your notes. 

Here are a few tips to help you take better notes:

1. Be organized

Keep your notes organized in a way that makes sense to you. This could mean keeping all of your notes for a particular class in one notebook, or organizing your notes by topic. However you do it, make sure your notes are easy for you to find and use.

2. Write down key concepts and ideas

Don’t try to write down everything your instructor says verbatim. Instead, focus on writing down key concepts and ideas. This will help you remember the main points of the lecture and make it easier to review later.

3. Use abbreviations and symbols

abbreviations and symbols to make your notes more concise. This will help you save time and paper, and it will also make your notes easier to read and understand later.

4. Review your notes regularly

Regular review will help you better remember the material you’ve learned. Set aside some time soon after each class to quickly review your notes. This will help the information “sink in” and stay in your memory.


Taking good notes can take some practice, but it’s worth the effort. By following these tips, you can make sure your notes are helpful and informative, and that you’re getting the most out of your lectures and class materials.