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Hey everyone, 

I have been going through the Powerscore bibles, and was wondering if it is necessary to take notes on each chapter, would that be beneficial? 

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2 hours ago, ZAC028 said:

Hey everyone, 

I have been going through the Powerscore bibles, and was wondering if it is necessary to take notes on each chapter, would that be beneficial? 

Up to you. Not necessary, and I know of people who did well on the LSAT who didn't take notes, but it worked for me. I just found it more efficient than forgetting a concept and having to flip through a 400+ page book to find it.

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