+ 2, Do whatever you feel most comfortable with, everyone has their own tastes. Making a thread is still not going to solve anything as they are other peoples' preferences. Me, I prefer hybrid, so I do a bit of both.
+ 2, Do whatever you feel most comfortable with, everyone has their own tastes. Making a forum is still not going to solve anything as they are other peoples' preferences. Me, I prefer hybrid, so I do a bit of both.
-More legible, especially when tired
-Easy to edit (yet in my case wasted a lot of paper)
-Typing up class notes excellent in maximising retention
-Found system much neater
-Much easier to organise
I typed up class notes at the end of each day, having a file for each specific dot point. When studying, first I went over typed notes highlighting most important parts, then just skimmed over them multiple times as well as sometimes rewriting paragraphs/essays to memorise things.
However, each to their own opinion.
I'd type the notes, for the sake of saving time, really. I wouldn't waste an extra few hours by handwriting everything.
During my HSC, I both handwrote and typed my notes and looking back on it, I wish I'd saved more time by typing everything.
I found that in content-thriving subjects like Legal Studies and Biology, of which requires you to memorise a lot of information (and thus, lots of notes), I basically wrote and wrote until my hand felt like it was about to fall off, or until I felt like my brain had been reduced to a milkshake and the information I wrote on the notes became short, badly summarised and terrible.
I too feel that typing notes is far more convenient because it allows you to cut/copy/paste things around and is also much faster to achieve than handwriting notes. However, I used a combination of both methods (writing and typing) during my HSC, particularly for a subject like economics where I typed up my notes primarily but then as new statistics came through and new information arose (given the ever-changing nature of the subject) I would amend my notes by making handwritten insertions. I think this was very effective. I used a similar system for Business Studies too. I don't think you should rely TOO much on typing though because after all, your HSC exams will in most cases be handwritten and you need to make sure you keep up your handwriting speed and legibility.