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How to use tech to make the most of university lectures


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Being at university can sometimes come as quite a shock, and this is largely due to the fact that you are much more in control of your own learning than you might have been when you were at school. With your leather macbook pro case and your macbook sleeve you may feel unstoppable, and this is great as a positive attitude will go a long way to making sure that you succeed. However, it is important to make the most of the lectures that you are given, and knowing how to use tech to your advantage could help you with this. This blog will take you through some of the best ways to use technology to help you get a fantastic grade in your studies.

Record your lectures

Sometimes, lecturers can speak too quickly for you to properly understand what they’re saying, and for this reason it can be a great idea to record the lectures so that you can then play them back when you’re revising later. You could buy a Dictaphone to do this, or you could simply use the voice memo function on your phone – this can be just as effective. However, if you are going to do this, it is polite to ask your lecturer, just to make sure that they don’t mind being recorded as they speak.

Type notes rather than writing them

A lot of us can type quicker than we can write these days, and this is due to the fact that we all have so much practice using devices such as laptops. You might find that it helps you to bring your laptop with you to your lectures, as this means that you can type your notes, and edit them to make more sense of them later on. This is something that takes a lot more time with handwritten notes, so this is definitely something worth thinking about.

Present your notes in different ways

Everyone learns differently, and simply reading through pages of notes isn’t something that would necessarily be of benefit to everyone. Because of this, it is good to try and present them in other ways, for example by drawing tables, Venn diagrams, or mind maps. It is also good to use colour if you can, as this can be very appealing to you if you are a visual learner. If you are an auditory learner, then you should read your notes back to yourself and then listen to them. This is quite handy sometimes, as it means that you can revise while you’re out and about – no matter what you might be doing at the time.

Generally, technology has given us a great opportunity to do even better in our studies than ever before, so it makes sense to make the most of this if you can. If you are able to work out how you learn the best, then you can truly harness your own potential and come out of your exams with grades that you can be proud of.


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Shashank Jain
Shashank Jain, founder of Iphone-s, a young and energetic entrepreneur has always been fond of technology. His liking for technology made him go for engineering in computers. During his studies, he learned & worked on different computer languages & OS including HBCD, Linux, etc. He also has a keen interest in ethical hacking.


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