How to Take Notes from a Textbook

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Hey guys! I’ve received so many questions about reading textbooks and taking notes on that, so I am going to share with you how I do it. 

I like to write on the margins. Not highlight. I don’t use a special color coding technique to separate my comments from key terms from titles from definitions.

My system is very simple and makes sense to me. All I use are:

  • A pencil
  • An eraser
  • Small (not tiny) sticky notes

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