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Taking lecture notes has very limited value. True or False
Taking lecture notes has very limited value.-is false. ***After the lecture, even if you have been an active listener, you may very quickly forget much of what has been said. Therefore, lecture notes are very important. [ The notes you take during a lecture should provide you with a summary of relevant and important points on the topic being presented. If you develop effective note-taking
skills your notes can also serve a whole range of other purposes. Generally, by attempting to think about the main points to include in your notes you are analysing the topic and producing an outline for your revision. Your lecture notes can also highlight significant references to follow up on, and be a forum for your own thoughts and comments. ]
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