1. stefp says: #
    Chiming in a bit late here but I find if I write a list of things I need to remember on paper I don’t usually have to refer to it again. Digital lists are different. They don’t lodge in my brain as easily. Writing things down makes a stronger connection in my experience.
  2. Colin Walker says: #
    Absolutely. Writing things down is excellent for the memory which is why it's always good to summarise things when revising for exams.
  3. stefp says: #
    My exam days are well over but I always enjoyed paper mind maps. The trend for digital mind-mapping has always struck me as going against the original ideas laid down in the Tony Buzan book. They don’t work the same.

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