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Mindmaps

Introduction

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Mindmaps are useful for making notes, revising and organising information. They provide a visual representation of connections between concepts and ideas related to one central topic. They can be used to:

  • plan an essay
  • revise a topic (and improve the memory)
  • prepare an oral presentation
  • improve the memory!

Why are mindmaps useful?

Mindmaps are useful for several reasons. With a mindmap, you are able to:

  • help clarify the key concepts of a topic
  • show links and relationships between ideas
  • organise ideas and information on a single page
  • facilatate memory through key words and phrases and exploring meaning

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