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Recommended strategies for note-taking

To be an active and critical note-taker, you should be categorising the information, reading critically, relating the arguments to other texts, relating the information to your question, and deciding upon how you will use these notes in the development of your argument as you take the information down; this is what we call 'note-making'.

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