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Why might you find it useful to type out the notes that you have taken in class? Reading the information again will make you more likely to remember it Instructors may ask for copies of the
notes. Doing so may help you stay more organized, but it won't really help your performance in class
You may find it useful to type out the notes that you have taken in class because reading the information again will make you more likely to remember it.
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User: Why might you find it useful to type out the notes that you have taken in class? Reading the information again will make you more likely to remember it Instructors may ask for copies of the notes. Doing so may help you stay more organized, but it won't really help your performance in class

Weegy: You may find it useful to type out the notes that you have taken in class because reading the information again will make you more likely to remember it.
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Weegy: Yes, what is your next question?
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User: Since you are using a textbook, it is acceptable for you to copy the author's words without giving credit. True or False

Weegy: False, it is NOT acceptable to copy the author's words without giving credit. That is plagiarism.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 49220|

User: Read the entire assigned selection before you take notes. True or False

Weegy: Read the entire assigned selection before you take notes. This is FALSE. You can jot down notes of important points as you read.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 49220|

User: Copying verbatim means copying ideas, but using different words. True or False

Weegy: Copying verbatim means copying ideas, but using different words. FALSE. Verbatim means in exactly the same words.
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