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Paper Flowers
Paper Flowers
In all my years as a psychiatrist, I was now able to conclude that as I look back on my actions, I was indeed inexperienced in such an extent that I should have never taken that file. Never should I have flipped open the manila folder, should have closed my eyes, looked away...but I didn’t. It was with the exhilarating need to impress upon my employer that I took on that file. Patient 014268, the Estate’s very own Jane Doe, my last patient who successfully changed my whole life. I am correct in my words when I repeat that I should have turned around, never look back. Each doctor has that single patient who alters their perceptions of life, Patient 014268 was mine. There was no turning back; there are no regrets in my words.

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Use Abbreviations

Using abbreviations is one of the most important elements of note taking, a clear understanding of which will allow you to take notes at a much higher speed. Abbreviations are simply words shortened down to just one, or a few letters. Speed is an essential part of taking great notes, and being able to just write down a letter, or two, instead of a whole word will help you to write notes much quicker.

The creation of abbreviations is an easy skill to master, the shorter the abbreviation is, the better. Of course you need to remember what the letter/s stand for, so be prudent and try not to use the same letter/s for abbreviations to avoid confusion. Using symbols can be just as helpful too, below are some examples of each:
And: +
Therefore: TF
Because: BC

Open one of your text books now and take a few minutes to create your own.
Abbreviations are especially helpful when taking notes in technical subjects where long words are repeated. It may not seem like much difference, but the time really builds up if you have to write a word like “photosynthesis” repeatedly, so take the pressure off your wrist, and the clock, and abbreviate it.

It is a flexible thing creating abbreviations; so it’s up to you how your shorten words; don’t be afraid to make them very short though. For “photosynthesis” you could shorten it down to “PS” or even just “P”.

Don’t be shy in using them either; they should be used for all subjects, without exception. For a class on American History use abbreviations instead of writing out whole names:
Abraham Lincoln: AL
Thomas Jefferson: TJ
Benjamin Franklin: BF
It really is as simple as that.

It is important to write a key somewhere on your notes, ideally at the top of the page, so that you can easily refer back to it, and establish what each abbreviation stands for.

However, worrying that you might forget what an abbreviation stands for is usually unnecessary; even if you forget to write a key or lose the key, you can always refer to a text book, a teacher, or other notes and discover what the abbreviation stands for. Indeed the context of the abbreviation will usually prompt your memory to remember the full word/s; the mind works powerfully through association, so nine times out of ten you will remember what the full word was by reading around it.