chimp wrote:It looks like the way he broke down his material in onenote was by semester (notebook), class (section groups), and outline/brief/notes (sections). Can anyone verify that this is correct?
I've been fiddling around with onenote and this seems like a pretty good way to organize things. I'm looking for the simplest and most efficient way possible.
The best way to do this is to find something that works for you and makes sense in your mind. I tried copying what xeoh did last year, but found that too cumbersome. I ended up doing:
Semester -> Class -> Case Briefs/Class Readings and Topic Notes
I ended up using my topic notes as my outlines, but our exams were (with one exception) open book and open notes..