I assume you mean the pictures with a math word cloud on one of them. It isn’t mine, it was found on Pinterest (check the source - if the source gives my URL, then that is my actual picture, others are reblogs from elsewhere), you will need to ask them :).
For my color coding system, it’s not a lot: I use a registrator (file holder) with seperators and each seperator means a different class (for example: green means Economy, red Roman law, yellow Legal theory, blue European Union law, and so on).
I don’t use these much, they’re just backup in case my computer, external hard drive and Dropbox decide to die on the same day. I don’t use notebooks at all, I have folders on my computer, synced to Dropbox and copied to an external hard drive. First, I have a big folder for the year I’m in (for example: 1L), then a folder for each subject (for example: Economy) and then inside this one folders like: Notes, Professor’s material, Exams and questions, Judgements and practice. In each of these, the files are named for what they are in an order, for example in the Notes section: 01_Notes (the name of the creator if it’s not me), in the Exams and questions section: 01_August 2014 and so on.
I know it’s not what you asked, because I don’t know the answer to that, but I hope I did help a little. Have a nice day. :)
Okay, so, I have been creating a study schedule/tracking concept for a while now, and now that I’m finally finished I thought I would share this with you. This is the board:
Ingredients are really simple: there’s two small bulletin boards, pins and pieces of paper in five different colour….
My letter from UofG. Almost there, almost home…
So I tidied up my study space. Quite happy about how it turned out :))
This is a condensed and lightly edited version of the text that Jeffrey Toobin prepared for the speech he gave to the Harvard Law School Class of 2013 on its Class Day last month. Video of the full speech can be seen here. So now you’re Harvard lawyers. Now what? Well, before we talk about where you’re going, let’s talk a little about where you’ve been and how you got here. By and large, you got here because you were really good students. You got good grades—great grades—and scores, or, frankly, you wouldn’t have gotten into Harvard Law School in the first place. And the vast majority of you continued to do well once you got here. That’s great. I’m a big fan of good grades. But I am going to suggest to you that you will find that the skills of a student are of somewhat less use to you once you get out into what is sometimes referred to as “the real world.”
Studying hard for my biochemistry final!! I already took both the practical and the theory exam of Anatomy II: Head and Neck and Viscera. Let’s see how things go this term, but I already feel more confident and peaceful than last term. I still have lots of things that I need to improve, but I’m working on it!!