Monday, November 30, 2015

Mind Mapping Drawing Tips (part 2 of 2)

Tip 3 – Be specific

Write down only what seems to matter and not the entire idea. Use keywords and phrases but not an entire sentence or paragraph. Be brief but straight to the point of what you want to convey. Use capitals in order to get only the important key points. You can write down notes which explain your keyword which can be located at the bottom of the word.

Tip 4 – Centralize the idea

Always put the idea in the middle of the page and not in corners. Students prefer that it is more useful to focus on a landscape type of view. Because the topic or main idea is placed at the center of the page, It will give you a maximum space for other related ideas to radiate from the center.

Tip 5 – Spacing

Some of the most significant mind mapping notes are those that have spaces left for further note-taking add ups. You can also choose to highlight some of the important information which the lecturer or you boss has reiterated. Spacing is good to provide additional information to join into the picture.

A good mind mapping is the one that is overflowing with appropriate details from the past and present.

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