Mind Mapping is an extremely effective method of taking notes. Not only do Mind Maps show facts, they also show the overall structure of a subject and the relative importance of individual parts of it.
They help you to associate ideas, think creatively, and make connections that you might not otherwise make. Mind Maps are useful for summarizing information, for consolidating large chunks of information, for making connections, and for creative problem solving.
To use Mind Maps effectively, make sure you print your words, use different colors to add visual impact, and incorporate symbols and images to further spur creative thinking.
If you do any form of research or note taking, try experimenting with Mind Maps. You’ll love using them!
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