• Takudzwa Munjanja

    Takudzwa Munjanja

    Senior
    Gweru, Zimbabwe
    Health Information Management, CIS minor

    Takudzwa's Bio:
    Hi there, I’m Takudzwa but since my name seems hard to pronounce I usually go by Taku. I love writing and sharing my experience at St. Scholastica (CSS). It is a wonderful community with professors willing to go over and beyond to make sure you are receiving the best education.

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    Senior
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Should you take notes in class?

I am just one of those people who hardly bring a notebook, pen or pencil to class. I am so confident in my memory that I do not have to jot anything down when the professor is lecturing. But is this a good trait? Most of my classes are basically CIS classes and I take them in computer labs meaning most of the work done in those classes is hands on practice. I would not need to write anything down but rather apply on a program on a computer. This is different say for my Gen Ed Philosophy class where I have to read lots of texts before class and actively participate and take down notes, which I may need for my future assignments or exams. I did a little research on note taking in class and from what I gathered people who take notes in class are likely to succeed that those who do not. Why? Maybe it is because taking notes keeps you awake and lively in class and it will help you in studying. Taking notes have post-class benefits for reviews and exam preparations and I say Taking Notes Matters!

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