It’s All In Color-Coding

Published on 03/30/2020
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Studying gets the better of us always. No matter how much or how hard it seems as if there is always something more or something you have missed. However, mastering a few basic skills makes it that little bit easier for you to associate and remember the information. Often there is so much information and such a short time to get through it all. The hype behind color-coding is not just to make the work look appealing or more approachable but is so much more than that. We have the hard-hitting facts but also a few easy tips and tricks on how to get the color-coding flowing!

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It’s All In Color-Coding

Mind Mapping

Mind mapping is known as a great way to break up the mess and complications of your mind and complicated events. Using separated colors for each branch stimulates the creative side of your brain, assists in visualization and the ability to recall themes and ideas that may be boring or easily forgotten to you. Making the work look appealing as well as simply distinctive will allow an easier breakdown for you too.

Line-By-Line

This material is particularly hard to decipher and can look exceptionally repetitive as a normal student would write in the same color pen for pages and pages. adding a pop of color allows this to be broken up and attention to be drawn, this can be useful before summarization steps or as a means of studying straight from your notes. Assigning colors to topics or to specific things that are said and marked as important. Notes will be easier to find and stick tp that memory like a sticky note.

Colored By Cornell

The Cornell R-6 Method has been proven and tested as an effective form of studying and summarizing. The aim is to break up work into boxed out sections on a page, these are organized by category and color. This can allow you to divide each color relating to who, what, or why and your brain will associate the color with that category. Lawyers learn and use this method utilizing highlighters early on. This assists in the masses of information being retained and remembered effectively.

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