Thursday, 26 March 2009

Back to posting in parts...

It feels strange to be writing this down, but it appears that I am yet again revising for yet more exams (although this time, for the real thing).

One upside of all that I get to go back to my little sequence of posts about ways to make revision a teensy little bit less hellish. To recap, here's what we've got so far:

OK, I'll admit that some of these are a little far-fetched. But it's better than not revising at all, or not blogging at all. So anyway, here's my latest revision tip.

  • Using fun font when making notes
In this case, I have chosen Burnstown Dam for all my headings. You can't see so much here, but I've also liberally applied my time to bullet-pointing lists, underlining, italicising, boldening, highlighting, enlarging font size. It was a little unexpected just how much you can procrastinate even on a word document, if you've sworn off all other distractions. Oh, the things you can do if you set your mind to it.

1 comment:

  1. You truly are a master procrastinator. Then again, maybe unusual fonts will help you remember the content ... visual cues!