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Notion for Students - Complete Masterclass

teacher avatar Mario Fabelo, Student + TikTok Creator

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Lessons in This Class

11 Lessons (1h 20m)
    • 1. Introduction

      3:31
    • 2. Basics

      10:46
    • 3. How to Create & Organise Your Classes

      4:49
    • 4. How to Keep Track of Your Assignments

      10:41
    • 5. How to Create a Revision Timetable (Spaced Repetition)

      6:41
    • 6. How to Create Quick Links

      4:09
    • 7. How to Use the Toggle Feature (Active Recall)

      6:26
    • 8. Math Notation

      9:18
    • 9. Chemistry Notation

      9:56
    • 10. How I Use Notion for my Academic Life

      12:06
    • 11. Conclusion

      1:41
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About This Class

In this class, we’re going to cover everything you need to know about Notion from a student perspective, showing you how to use the powerful tool of Notion to organize your Academic Life and to apply the 2 most effective study techniques: Active Recall & Spaced Repetition.

For those who haven’t yet tried Notion or know little about it, we’ll start with the Basics, going through all the features Notion offers one-by-one.

Part One - Building

In the first few lessons, we’ll learn how to build the different parts of an Academic System in Notion.

You’ll learn how to Create your Individual Classes, How to build a system to track your assignments and to stay on top of your classes, how to make a Revision Timetable and Quick Links.

We’ll understand the logic behind these systems through a step-by-step process that you can follow at the same with your own Notion.

Part Two - Using

Once we’ve Built our Academic System we’ll learn how to use the Toggle Feature as well as Advanced Math & Chemistry Notation.

You will find in the “Projects & Resources” page a link to my Notion Student Template and a cheat sheet for Math & Chemistry Notation. So that you can get your System started immediately and to have a place to go to when using Math or Chemistry Notation, respectively.

After this class you’ll have:

  • Set up your Academic System in Notion
  • Got the knowledge needed to understand the app and use it as efficiently as a student
  • Acquired the ability to use Notion to apply the 2 most effective study techniques to your studying

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Mario Fabelo

Student + TikTok Creator

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I’m Mario (17), a high school student with many side hustles including Digital Marketing & Video-Editing.

I spend most of my free-time running an account on TikTok called lukamagicdoncic with 290K Followers & 5M Likes, which combines my hobby of basketball with video-editing to expand my knowledge on Digital Marketing. 

I’m also a student documenting my academic journey on my YouTube Channel. I use tools like Notion or Anki to study for my exams in a more effective way, freeing up my time for other interests.

If you’d like to know more, please my Skillshare profile. If you’ve got ideas for future classes you’d find useful, drop me a DM/email and I’ll consider it.

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1. Introduction: We all know that being a student is hard. Lots of classes with demanding content, constant deadlines for relevant assignments and exams and high levels of pressure to achieve the grades that we need whether it be to get accepted into university or to get more job opportunities within your desired field. Welcome to my Complete Masterclass on Notion for Students here in Skillshare, My name is Mario and as a student myself I have found Notion to be a great tool to approach my academic life in a more healthy, organized, and effective way. Basically, this class is going to be a way for me to help you achieve that. I have been using Notion for over a year now and I have found it a great way to organize my different classes with their respective notes to keep track of upcoming assignments and exams and to actually studying for my exams. As you will see, Notion does not only enable you to access your system from any place at any given time, but it also helps you improve your organization and the learning process. If you're watching this, you're either a beginner with Notion, or, on the other hand, you have already watched some videos out there on how to use it but you want a more specific approach tailored to students. This class is going to be divided into two parts, which are going to be building and using. In the building section, we will go over how to create your individual classes, how to keep track of your assignments, how to create a revision timetable and how to make quick links, we will also go over how to use the toggle feature, applying active recall in our Notion, which is a study technique, we will also learn about math and chemistry notation. So you can write a visual notes in Notion for these two subjects in I will also show you how I personally use notion. So hopefully you're gonna get some inspiration, some insights and ideas on how to use notion. Before all these, we will start with the basics for those of you guys that don't really know that much about notion. And also for those more experienced who might think that they have missed something out. Apart from this you will have free access to my Notion Student template as well as Math and Chemistry notation sheet. That you can use So I that you have it handy whenever you need it. Both of them will be in here in the Projects & Resources section. And then you can decide whether or not to duplicate my own template and maybe get started with that, or maybe do some minor adjustments. So remember that you have all that in the Projects and Resources section. This class will be great for those that just want to get started and that don't require the understanding behind the systems they are using. But it will also be a valuable guide for those. that want to get started doing some more practical stuff, building systems within notion later on. So this will give you a very good foundation on the logic and on the tools and how you can use Notion in order to make different systems. You can pause the videos at any given moment to take notes as this class is going to cover lots of staff. So you can come back to that in the future, and, after this class, you will not have only created your own academic system in Notion But you will also be able to use the features Notion offers at full potential from a student perspective. And if you want to see some regular videos on student life and someone on notion you can check out my YouTube channel in here. So, yeah, let's get into it. I hope you guys find this class valuable and I will see you guys on the other side. 2. Basics: So things were entered into the class and even transplant me. In this first video, we'll cover the basics of notion for those of you guys that don't already know how to use it, if you, on the other hand, already have some experience using notion, you can skip this video, but I do recommend you to stay here in case you might have missed something out. Okay, so let's get started creating a new page on notion. So physically, pages are the pillars of notion. You can do everything within them and create all types of systems, ranging from simple things such as to-do lists or bullet points, to more complex stuff such as databases like a revision timetable or a calendar, which are going to be more difficult, more advanced malware, we'll see them later on. Yes, the patient focused on lease on learning these and understanding a bit and then we can get onto the best and most complex staff VD would say so by far, the most interesting stuff as well. So we're just going to name it new page because it is going to be for showing you their features of notion in what you can play with. So as you can see, we have a blank space in here and we have lots of options in here. We can get started with an empty page. We can also use some templates which you can take a look up. You can watch them later on. You can just go in there and see the whole gallery of template. So we're just going to get started with an empty page. So I can tell you a bit of how notion works and what you can do with it. And let's go with the slash. And in here we can see we have all the options of the things we can basically do within the app. So we're gonna go through them so that you can understand them except from the databases that we won't cover in here because you learn about them later on. And they are a bit more complex. But apart from that, we will cover everything that you can see in here and yes, started. So let's start by writing some text. And for these, you don't even have to go and click this button. You just have to write. Might be fold. So whatever is right, whatever. And yes, very simple. Xhr already is its text. So let's go into the next thing which is a page in, as we already know, we create a new page going down here into the new page. But you can also do it from here to create pages within pages and you can see how they worked right here. We have another new page as before, but this page score it. Once again, whatever. This page right here, we can go and see that it's a page inside a page. So you can do pages inside pages. And that's one of the main features that makes notion such a great place to store stuff, interconnect different systems and pleasures obviously in this case. So we agreed pages within pages. And like for that till the infinite, as you can see in here, we can just create a page in Coursera page inside a page. But early on, because that's not very useful. So there's yes, get out here and try the next feature which is a to-do list. And this is pretty cool. So he has to go in here and you can write your task, your to-do. So it's a film, this video that we're filming right now. And if we completely, we can just go and hearing here and boom. It's also very aesthetic. And you can see in here it is crossed out. And here we have the tech with a blue background. Let's go. You're going to use it for your daily to do it if you want. So that's recruiters, you know about them. We're going to see the different headings we have in here. So we have three different types of headings that are in order of size. So having one, let's write whatever once again. And let's compare the three different headings or whatever. And Let's go to the other one or whatever. So you can see in here that the size changes and they are basically a bit smaller as you go down 123. And these are also very useful if you are taking notes or you seen anything with having, basically if you're writing an article. And it can also come very handy, let's go and continue. So down the headings, we get into a bulleted list, and this is just bullet points and you can write whatever. Once again it's just text. So whatever. You can also use a shortcut for this. It will basically clicking these buttons are going to be showing you right now on screen and formed. You go through this and you click Spacebar. And you have the whole point. If you don't want to go over here and going here and click, you can do that as well. Very important in note-taking and in everything. Basically, if you want to go to the shop and get some groceries, or if you're a script in a video, you can also use bullet points. And yeah, so very useful, very useful. And we go into the next one, which will be a numbered list. So a list containing numbers, but you can also do this guess, adding the number and dot and then Spacebar. And you can go in here and whatever. So I don't know physics, math, computer science. And you can see that it just goes straight down and you can see that it keeps going on. You can write til infinite number list. And yeah, so now that we know that, let us go into the next one, which will be the toggle. And this is basically one of the most useful features of notion. You will see a video, yes, uh, specifically made over these two later on in the course. But the tunnel feature is just amazing. The, the main thing of a toggle feature is that you can write something, we think something, and that keeps itself hidden. So basically, you can write whatever, once again, whatever, and you can expand this and write something beneath this. I don't know. I don't know. And you can see, we can click in here and wow, boy lab. So easiest, able to appear and disappear. And this is also very useful if you're. I'm doing some note-taking. You're with some topics. Let's say you're covering gravitational physics. And you have all the notes in here, or the notes. So you can basically hide them or just using this and now way you can keep your notes very tidy. And we will also later on see that they have more uses than this. But currently, this is already a great way to use it. So then we can go and continue. And we have the option of making a quote, Life is whatever. Let's say that. So we can just how this kind of has this design. I don't know. It's not that different from from a text by, you know, some people like it. So then we'll have a divider. There's recipe, something more aesthetic to divide your page. So now we're just gonna go and see what's the link to a page. The good thing is that in here, you can basically link any page and that is not within that page. This is a bit more complex, but you'll basically see it later on. And we can link any page that is not inside the system to enter in here. And that's very good because you can have a quick access to basically any page you need. We can, yes. No. And adding here link to my exclosure, just go here where I write everything. And we will have in here the quick link to it. So the next thing would be a call-out, which is basically just another way of texts. We saw that normal text. We saw the quote and we now see the call-out, which is basically just texts with kind of background so that I can be more visible. And you can also have an emoji in the site and you can choose from an emoji. So once again, we like saying whatever. So right, Israeli correctly. So we can see this aesthetic. And so you can change everything you want in here later on with a color. Let's say we want a pink, pink one. You can see that it changes in here and well, the customizable, and we've gone through most of them in here we have, have mentionable version, mentioned over age and date or reminder. These are known as used. We will later on use equations and stuff. So you will see that in following classes, I have a class about math and chemistry notation. Right now we'll just skip that. We're not going into the databases. So then we can yes, images at bookmarks or we can also embed a B from YouTube entering the link near. And then we're gonna also emit audio and then code if you are using this to learn computer science. And this may be a good way to these notion. You can write k any coding here for any programming language. And we're just gonna go with Python, print, hello, world it like any other code writer, a bit less complex body. You know, you can have some coding here if you're studying for computer science. And this can be very useful to have different codes in your pages. And yeah, we can also embed PDFs, Google Maps wherever I will derive frequent even at tweets, Google Maps, and then other apps that have kind of connection with notion. So this is basically everything we're going to cover in this video. We will see a bit of the equations later on. And the table of contents is just simple stuff. You can test it out yourself. And yeah, so let's just go into the next video. 3. How to Create & Organise Your Classes: So in this video, we're going to go over how to create our own class pages. We can notion so that we can later on start shrugging our exams, our assignments. And so we also have a personal space to be able to store our notes and everything related to the subjects so that you can organize your notes for more strategic and effective studying later on. Okay, so let's go and create a new page. So let's go into it. New page. In here, we're going to create our class's page. There is going to coat all classes any year. What we're gonna do is we're gonna go and start with a database. In this case it's going to be list. So go and click list, and there we go. So you can see that we have a three-phase already made, but and the air completely blank as you can see. So first we're going to create some properties and you're going to see and understand more properties. So this is going to it. So we really have a property that is the created one. We will see later on, what is it, but we're just gonna create properties. So first we're going to click properties for a last final grade. So this is Jose, final grade. So we're going here, I'm gonna say select because we're doing include some options such as an a, a, B, a, C, whatever it is, you know, knew kind of what it means. Now we're gonna go and create, for example, teacher, so that we can also have a teacher, teacher as last professor, depending on how you name it. And we're gonna go in here and do a select so we can select the teacher were also gone and go down in order to search for a URL link. And for here, we are going to use a syllabus. So in here we're gonna go and add the syllables that specification, however you want to call it. There we go. I'm going to also use year, whether it be your university or school school year or university the year. So we can track when our class took place and what we could also, even at the place, location of the class if you really want to. So we're gonna go straight into creating the pages. So we are going to enter one of these pages and when we change the name into physics, for example. So here you can already see that we have everything that we've created. We don't want this. And in here we can start to tweak things up and select, select junior teacher, whatever. Mr. wherever, you know, very integrated and syllabus as specification or you can just go and put our link. Wow, whatever yearning guests not come. And final grade, we can just register a NEH, we can register B. We can raise the a c, and then we can go and choose from these. So briefly forward location, we can just type plate. Now, we could also add Colbert, an icon for physics. So I could just go and say It's Mozart's time of physics. So like space. There we go, good, even light for physics. And we will also cover, we're going to go and do that. So changed cover. You already have by gathering here from an splash, which is great. And you can just go and put whatever you want to hear. Says put our Albert Einstein here. Preposition, Woo. Kinda scary though. So you can kind of get thing. And then here we could, yes, great whatever. So we will later on see how to make this a bit better. But you already have the pillars, the basics for how to create your own class within notion any later on new couldn't hear at your notes. So I don't know, we could create a page for a topic five, gravitational physics. And we're gonna go and just type our notes in here. So this is great. We're gonna use some of the things we code in the basis x one. So as you can see, them entering into plates basic formula, Let's go formula. We're gonna learn about foamy layer on. But yes, I don't know whatever formula. And then you can also use toggles or oscillator on Medea. You can basically get the logic of this and we have already created our fares glass or notion. And you can do basically the same with these other two and then create another one and yes, do the same. So we're just going to go into the next video. 4. How to Keep Track of Your Assignments: In this second video of the Boolean section of this class, we're going to learn how to build a system for you to get started tracking your exams and assignments so that you never, ever again, four, get a deadline and are able to get started working on something before cramming becomes the only option. So this will not only serve as the ETL planner and organization system, but it will also help you come up beards to procrastinate, as you will clearly see in advance, where exactly you have to do for which subject and for when that has to get done. So let's just get straight into it. So you can see we have started a new page and we have written course t2 plus calendar. And this is going to be where we're going to do the system. So let us just go straight into building it. So let's just start by using a table. And well, we already have this course to do plus calendar and we have a table. So we're going to start adding some properties. And for that, we are just gonna go in here. And first we're going to name the title, basically the title of the objects we are gonna be entering into the system. They are going to be called assignments, as they are going to be the tasks we need to accomplish and to complete for our course, then we're going to start adding other properties. So such as class, which is going to be the type of assignment we have. So this is going to go here interested. Let me take this out because we don't want tax routine. You're adding properties. So the next property would be subject. So we can categorize each assignment for each subject. So we're going to hear once again and to select, and there we go. Now we're gonna go and add a view. So we are going to write new for the time that the assignment is due for. We're also going to add checkbox so that we can have a complete and we can track whether or not that thing has been done. So there we go. And apart from that, we are also going to add the grade just text so that we can have a great host to our assignment, whatever it is, if it's an exam, or if it's a discussion, or if it's an essay. And we can have the grade right over there. So now that we have finished all our properties, I'm going to change the order of them so they're a bit more intuitive. So first going to be the class than a subject. That's going to be the due date and then the complete and the Great. Yes, that looks very intuitive. So I'm just going to enter an assignment using the example we used before of gravitational physics. Let's just enter gravitational physics. And we are going to copy these so we can use different classes and subjects. So first class, we're going to create the types of assignments. So it will be unexamined. Discussion, NSA, homework. And then we also add a quiz. And now we have all the categories for the class of assignment. So we can just add them straight away. So let's say this rotational physics thing is an exam, and this one is homework. And this one is a quiz. You say that. So then we can also create our subjects. So let's create Physics one and physics to, that's it. So we can add in here, for example, physics one and then Physics one, and then physics too. So we can compare with the subjects. And then we can also add the due date. And for that, we can use this. And for example, say this is for the 30th of December, eighth. And then let's say this is for the fourth random numbers. So we can see later on, and then we will have here the complete to know we have done it or not. And then in here, we could also have a selecting here too, enter a different types of grades. And then to be able to choose like a, B, or C Madre. Now, losing a little bit like that, another important thing is to sort. And for this we're gonna go into the due dates and we're going to sort it by descending the faraway tasks before. And the other ones that we have already done or that we should already have done are a bit down. So much important. And there we go. So basically we already have the table. So now what we're going to do is to create a candle. So as it's going here to add bu. And in here we're going to go into calendar and we're going to name this calendar. You know, we're not there. We also create and in here we're going to have a calendar. And as you can see, we already have some stuff in here. The three events, the three assignments that I made up, they are already in there. So I'm just gonna go in here and going to the properties and we can see that they have the same properties as the table. So we're just gonna go and activate and you can see that things start to pop up. So once we have activated everything, we can see that we already have lots of information here. We have accountable in which we can cross things out. We know from which subject gives it for, when is it did they wouldn't be useful anyway. So we as activate all this. And we're gonna take this off because we're in no date because they are in here already. So we see everything very clearly. And yeah, I really like this because we can also complete in here and that's done. So it's a great way to have a nice calendar. So apart from this, we can also create a view that is for just this week. So we're gonna do that right now. And in this case, it is going to be a list. We already have the task, but they are in sorted out. So what we're gonna do right now and also activate all the properties. And we're going to go into Filter right now where we're gonna do is the effect in order to achieve the highest a selection of the week so that we only have those tasks that are needed for the week ahead. So for that, we're going to go into Q and we're gonna go to ease within. And we're gonna go into the next week. So in here we already know that the only thing we have for next week will be gravitational physics exam. So you can already see here that it has filtered things out. And here what we could also sort this descending so that we have the most recent on the top. So we can do that as well. That due dates. Descending. We could also do that. And yeah, so that's a great way as well to see what we have ahead of the week. And now we're going to create one view, which is going to be for the entire month. So we can see the month ahead. So this month and this once again is going to be a table. So this is going here and create. So we can see here that by now it is the same as the default. More or less, at least. It's similar just a bit not sorted out, but yeah, so we're gonna do right here, once again, apply a filter that is going to enable us to only filtered those that are within the month ahead. So we're going to go in here, our filter NGO in todo, we're gonna go and use ease within the next month. So we've already seen here that currently is its 27th of December. And I can see that within the next month I have this thing's gone. That's also a great way to see what's ahead. We can have all these views that are gonna help us a lot. This basically the general one. Then we have a calendar in which you can see when do we have our assignments in a more kinder view. And then we also filter them by just the following week. So we can focus just on those tasks. And then we can also have those for the month so that we can look ahead. This is basically we grow, so yes, change things in here, make it a little bit more tightly. But that would basically be, or we're going to do, is to see how this links with a glass roof had before in which we created our classes are only below classes. So now we're gonna see how to integrate this system inside our classes. So let's go into our classes. So we can go and enter intersex, which he was the one that we touched before and we did some things in, sorry, now we're going to be able to integrate the system we built, which was this huge table kind are filtered so that we can see all the tasks. We're just going to be able to add it in here. So we're just gonna go in here, link to add custom database in here. And we're gonna go and select the database, or we're just gonna go and search. So it was called course, course two, du plus calendar, which is in here. So as you can see, it all entered in here. And that's nice. The thing we want to do is to filter this Kinder within the sub-game. So what we're gonna do in here is to use a filter. So we are only going to show those that have the subject, that is physics one. Let's say this is one. So in here we would have o Physics one and then we have another class, we critics you. We could just sort those assignments that are for that saddling. So this is a great integration because we could have a huge template like this one in which we have all our classes and insider classes. We have those things we need to complete. So this is basically the template you get. I think there's a link somewhere down here, so you should be able to get it. But as you can see in here, we can sort things by subject, just as we did in that trial. So the good thing is I have a huge system including all our tasks and all our views so that we can have everything very, very clean, very tidy, very sorted out. So right here, we're going to end this video and let's go into the next video. We typing your love. So as it straight into creating a revision timetable. 5. How to Create a Revision Timetable (Spaced Repetition): In this third video of the building part of this class, we will look into how to create a revision timetable, which to many of us has been great in helping us with revision policy in our knowledge of the contents for the last months, weeks, or even days before the final exam. So this is for me one of the best systems that are going to be inside this course with the one you saw before of the kinder and the table for the assignments. So I think this one is a bit easier to do and to understand what is going to be key in your effective studying. It helps you seen a study technique called spaced repetition, which basically consists on revising content so that you never ever lose the concepts. So your memory keeps up to date with it and you are able to retain more effectively the theory, the concepts. So we're just going to go into building one straight away so you can see how it works. So you can see we already started a new page and we have named it revision timetable. So Origen time table is basically a table, as evening obviously says. So we're just gonna go and create a table. So now that we have a table, we're just going to get started working with the properties and staff. In this case going to be ways here and way more basic. And what we have been seen for the last two videos in energy is going to be changing the title is we can do in here, are in there. So we're going to name the title topics because normally we want to have a subject divided into topics so we can focus on each of them and evaluate them separately. Because evaluating your knowledge on a huge topic and also making sure that you are covering everything. It is very difficult to, without using a specific topics. So in here we will have different topics. So let's go and have some topics. I don't know, I'm just going to continue with the physical sample I used before. So seduce electromagnetism. Let's use as well gravitational. Then as well, I'm going to use mechanics versus US mechanics. And then one for fluids. So you can see a bill. So now that we have our topics, we are going to change this into text. And this is going to be called breadth one. Basically, our first repetition, the time we're gonna go and cover everything and evaluate our understanding of the topic. So basically, the way to work with these would just be to add the date of your revision. So today, for example, is 27 December 2020. So that's running. So this will be the date in which we have revise this. And we would next to that add value. So we can basically give a tangible measure to our understanding of the topic. So we can do that in many different ways. We can do it in a more minimalistic way. Yes. And in, for example, four out of five or eight out of ten, wherever you want, you know, you can work with whatever scale you feel more comfortable with then for those guys that like flashy and interesting stuff. But we can also use emojis for those of you guys that like that. So I mean, dashboard doing this. You could also copy paste or Arno. How do they do it? But you can add them. Oh, yes. So we could add a stars certainly is going to go and search for a start hearing my touch bar. Yeah, so it will be a nice way to do it. So you could do, for example, four out of five. So this will also be a nice way to evaluate our learning. For 5-stars, we grow. So use colors. Emojis too, for example, we did badly. We can use these one. If we did less badly, we could also use this one. And then if we did more or less, we could use these one grade. We will also use this one. So we would play with whatever notation we feel is nice and we are comfortable with this visually as the reader of customization. So they'll basically will be the thing, how to work with it. And then we would create more repetitions because we weren't just study onetime atomic. So let's say we're up to, and then let's say grep 3D. So in here we already have everything prepared, 43 repetition. And we will also use this not only to track ourselves, but to know which things should we cover. So let's imagine that we, the, say we did three out of five in here and with the, and here four or five make it a bit more clear. So let's say we did these two on, these days. And we're, for example, on day 29 of 12 to one. So we would use the results we had before to know which one we should tackle first, we would focus on the one that we are in asker so that they prioritize doing the one we got 3.5. And the good thing of this is that then we could evaluate how our performances on each one answers. And this is a great way to be able to, as I said, use space repetition and we can keep track of the dates and repetitions of our topics. And he's also a great way to evaluate ourselves, to test ourselves, which is also called active Rico. And it is basically that the space repetition, they are considered the most important and most useful as study methods. So from this table, we can basically prepare an exam and I have personally used it and when pretty, pretty gray. So for example, in here is an exam I did more or less recently as I'm a Spanish, I did cameras examination of English. And in here we can see that I use the repetitions and I used it to be able to track which type of questions I struggle the most with. And I was able to improve. And as you can see, more or less, there are more or less improved results. And Indiana, I really did a great exam thanks to this, I was able to cover all the different types of questions and I was also able to evaluate myself on them in a very detailed way. You've seen these revision timetable. So I hope this was useful and I hope this time table also helps you. And let's get straight into the next class. 6. How to Create Quick Links: In this last video of the building part of Nick's class, we're going to learn how to create quick links within notion that we can make notion not only a part of our academic system, multi-center of it. So you can know starting to Notion and I have access to all the external resources that you need within a matter of seconds without having to go into the Internet and search for them. This video is going to be quite short, but I found it very important to me in this class as it is a huge detail that is going to change the game when approaching our academic productivity doors, getting more things done in less time. So let's just go straight into it. So here we are inside Notion, inside a page and you base that we have created called weak links. So in here, I'm just going to show you how to basically make the links. So it is just very simple. We can link anything we want related to our academic life. So I'm just going to use, for example, calendar, calendar. And I'm also going to use Google Classroom for example, which right now is being extremely used by students, including me. With the pandemic, our schools and universities are using Google Classroom as a way to basically half a classroom, a digital classroom. So that's also a pretty useful thing to have. Now, we're also going to add a Google Drive, for example. This is just random stuff. You don't really have to add these. You can add whichever you want, but I'm going to show you how to do it. So let's go and select the kinda basically go over it so that we can have the option of adding a link. So in here, we're going to add a link and we would add the link to our column. So it's going to copy that. And I'll tell you right now. So now that I've copied it, we can link to a page and we can see that is clickable and it shows the link as well. So 30. And this is basically the concept screen here and have access to our kinder. So very easy, very quick. So now we're good customize these mega bit more flashy because this is maybe a bit to minimize for some. So for example, let's use Google Classroom as an example. In week that a monkeys and everything to make it more flashy. So we're just going to go and we could add an emoji, for example, an arrow or something like that to show that it's a link. So we are just going to go in here and search for it. So this ammonia, for example, would be quite nice in Week. Good. We got the link here, linked to webpage, and there we go. And that looks a bit better. So that's nice. Apart from this week, Rosso, use change the color of the letters and of the background. So that's also customizable. You can use a yellow one and we want, you can use another all types of backgrounds in here. So we could use an orange background. Let's go and say that. So it's down to a bead out. So yeah, that's basically it. And we would then add any other emojis or how we want to customize it. Monday thing would be to have it in your main page that you'll be able to create once you know everything for how to create a class, how to create the kind dining here, so you can hide all in the same page. So you could also have a central page of your academic system. You could have these links so that you have quick access to wherever you need. So yeah, so that's basically it. We would class but just wanted to let you know that this is an option. And there it is a very good option indeed. And yeah, so just go into the next class. We're going to be the first one of the US In section of this class and see how to use toggles. 7. How to Use the Toggle Feature (Active Recall): In this first video of using section of this class, we are going to cover how to use the toggle feature in notion. Basically there are two unconventional static techniques, code active recall and space repetition, that are proven by scientific psychological studies that they are the best techniques we've already learned, a way to apply space repetition. You seen reaching time table in which we can track when we review topic and keep our evaluation of the topic in there so that we can see our progression and make sure that we test ourselves repeatedly on the knowledge. But now we're going to learn a way to apply active Rico, also called active retrieval, to insist on testing yourself on concepts and therefore trying to recall, retrieve, and remember the concepts that you are trying to learn. So the toggle is going to be the way to apply active record to our studying in notion. This feature is incredibly simple, but it is possibly the most useful feature notion offers from a CD-ROM perspective. So let's go and see how to use the toggle. So you can see this time we are going to start with a blank page. I already prepared these so that I can go through it. And so you can see the logic behind using the toggle feature. So by now you should already be able to make the toggle EVDO and what the basics and you still don't know it. It is quite simple. You just have to click the slash n-type toggle. So go and using here toggle list, so it has harvest. And then we can write whatever we want. So yeah, bears right wherever. Once again, as we did in the basis e1 and in here we could also add an answer or something within this toggle so we can hide it later on and test ourselves on whether or not we know this answer. So that's basically the law you behind it. So let's just go through these ones that I've prepared so that I can also test myself and you can see how it works. So the first one is what is meant by electrolysis. And this is a chemistry question. So electrolysis, now I would ask myself because I don't have the answer, I don't have the content and the theory. I have two retributive myself to recall it and to remember it. So what is meant by electrolysis? I remember that electrolysis is a method of breaking down ionic compounds into respective ions through the use of electricity. So I think that's more or less the answer. Let's go and check it out. So it says it is a circle it with two electrodes. Yeah. Okay. So I said but that wasn't the main the main thing, but it's also important to know that conducts electricity to break down ionic compounds. So as you can see, I tested myself and I was able to see the answer clicking in here to expand the toggle. So right now are going to do the second one, calculate the derivative, basically differentiate f of x, which is equal to 2x plus three. So I may be so that I can show you that you can also use this for math. They would basically yes, app a questioning here, even if it's long so that you can do it in a paper and then check the answer like a toggle. So this is very simple I as per this in order to do an example. So differentiating two X plus three gives two because ES isolates the coefficient of x and x is to the one. You don't really have to know how to differentiate, but it's just a way to show it. So it will be to go in here and check it. And yeah, it's still. So just a way to show you that you can use it for maths and for big programs is a very simple one, but you can use it for bigger ones. Now we go and have a physics theory question. So it is, was the difference between elastic and plastic behavior in materials. So now I will try once again to recall it in recital. You recalling is the best technique ever because it forces your brain to get it out. Because you learn the most. When you put things in Mumbai, when you put things out. Because the connections between the neurons extract them significantly when the s. So what is the difference between elastic and plastic behavior? I know that elastic behavior is characterized by when a material can be stretched and still isn't completely deformed, permanently deformed. And plastic behavior is once you have surpassed the elastic one, it explodes in those cases. And then it is characterized by the fact that if you do any change in a plastic material, you're going to see that the deformation is permanent. So that's really the main difference. Elastic is non-permanent and blasting is permanent. So I can go in here and check it out. And as you can see, I more or less civic correctly, I said two points, very well done. Well then I needs the fact that plastic will break down if stress continues to be applied. So once again, you can see, I'm trying to recall and I'm seeing wore my arrows are, and then I will be able to improve my learning this by doing it lots of times. So let's go into the last one, which is also about physics. And it is about what are the seven is i units, the seven base SI units system into Mass General in French. So I think it will be the kilogram mole. The second, the meter. They can Della. And yeah, seven will be the ampere. So I already have the seven as going check it out. And as I can see, yeah, there we go. So this is basically, as you can see, agri way editors yourself, which basically is the most effective way of studying. And he's also quite dynamic because we are making it a bit less boring. We are making it active and it digital so we can check things out. They look pretty nice, tie now, I suggest a great way to use it. I think you will see more of how I used so goes in a video that I'm going to include of how I personally use notion. So you might want to check that out as well. This is basically the logic of it. So I think you should get the logic of it and say, why is it useful and how it works. So let's just go into the next video. 8. Math Notation: In this video, we're gonna go over how to use math notation in notion. Many people including me, half for that notion is moderate, but only for those students that are closer to medical and language studies. However, notion of adequate way to do math, notion uses the K-S test library to render math equations and includes a great variety of latex functions, living technical details QSIF, basically, latex is a programming language that makes math symbols, so there's a straight into it. So you can see we are in a blank page, in a brand new page. So it says math notation in religion. They go over everything you need to know. Basically, I also wanted to tell you guys that you have nothing chemistry notation sheet in the project and Resources page. So you can go and have after we go through all this and they're doing fine circuits and everything you need. So yeah, let's just go straight into it. So first we have to know that there are two ways in which we can write math notation. The first one is through inline equation. Okay, so in here, we would write whatever some Islam and go and write the most simple thing. We can write the formula a straight line. So after this, I wanna show you the other type, which is the Bloch equation. And there we go. And basically the difference between these is that they enlightened easiest in the line. It's a smaller and is one of the four margin of the page. So we can see that we are at the same thing and it's just centered. So it's basically the same thing. So once we know that there are two types which are the inland and the blog equation. Now we're gonna go into the shortcuts because we already know that we could heat the Islam and go and search for it like as within before, inline block. But there are other ways away. So, so the first shortcut is command or control shift E any here we will be able to open and in 99 equation within just a few segments. So once again, this would be an inline equation is the same as you can see. It's the same as the one we wrote before. So then another important shortcut would be that dollar sign. So we would have $2 signs in here and write our equation. And then $2 signs at the end. And we can see that in equation four. And once again, we can use both the command control, shifty. And we can also use the dollar signs that you are signs between the equation in the form, an inline equation. Okay, so let's just go into doing the stuff that's gonna make different equations and different formulas. So you can see how to work with it and how to form the different signs and symbols. So first let's go with the simple thing which is an inequality. I'm going to show you the symbol of the inequality for both greater or equal, less or equal. So zone here, command, control shift the, we're going to go click this lush, and then we're going to go and say L less or equal. This will be assigned for less or equal. And then if we want breathe are equal it will be just the same. So we're going to here, and instead of L0, we would use GE greater or equal. So there we go. And we have these two symbols which are going to be a slightly significant, we are going to work with inequalities. Then let's go and make a square root. So let's go and once again, shortcut. We're gonna make i is equal to the square root of x squared plus y squared. So it's going to do that. R is equal to, and we're gonna go in here and do a square root. And this is the function for the square root. So then we are having here open to put whatever is inside of it and x to the two. Yes. Normal stuff, y to the two and close this and there we go. So let's go and continue with us summation. So once again, commands shifty in for the sound. We're gonna do this and there we go and have a sigma summation. Then we're also gonna do alpha that is like this, and then beta. So here we will have summation of alpha beta. A straightforward enough is just knowing the function and that's a basically, now we're gonna go and make a more difficult that are more advanced summation. So as you go and do that once again, much if T and we're gonna go into them. Some, we have a sum, and now we're going to add the limit. So we're going to add infinite, which would be infinite. So there will be the function of infinite can then we're gonna also at the lower limit, which would be for example N. And there we go. And then we could also add whatever function we're talking about. So I say 3n to the two, plus two and plus one. So this looks fine, but this part looks a bit weird. So for that, we're gonna go and use Display Style. And as you can see, it looks way better. What displays style does is basically to make the inline equation more similar to the blog equation. Okay, so I said, so now we're gonna go and make what most of you might know as the quadratic formula. So go and do that. So once again, Comanche 50 m, we are going to start by using a frac, which is going to be a fraction. We're going to open here and put our first part of the fraction, the numerator. So it's going to add minus b. And therefore the plasma enters. We're gonna go in here to the opposite sides last and use b m, which will be plus minus, then we would go as square root. So it's going to do that right here and open one and do b squared minus four a c and goes, this will be the numerator. And now we're going to go do that denominator, which will be two. And as you can see in here, we already have the quadratic equation, but it looks a bit small, r VDD. So once again, we're gonna go and use the display style. As you can see, it basically makes it bigger and more noticeable. It looks very good. And here is our formula, our quadratic formula, minus b plus, minus square root of b squared minus 4ac over to a. So now let's go and do a bit of binomial expansion. So basically if you have worked before with binomials, denoted binomial expression with two terms. So I say we want to do the following two x plus one. And we want to expand this because it's through the power of six. Okay, so let's go make this. Uhm. Okay, so let's say that we have this and we want to expand this. So for binomial expansion, which we're going to go away now, we need the term in this case, six c, whatever. If you haven't covered binomial expansion, I'll go check it out, bud. Yep, so command swiftly and move. We will have in here to make the binomial, the function for the binomial will be once again the slash in the opposite way and move right binomial. And then we will write the following two numbers. So 65 for example. So say we're doing 65 binomial. So basically due to x to the power of five, and then we will do plus one to the power of one is the binomial expansion basically. So we could basically put the bracket here just in case. This is basically binomial expansion. So you can do binary expansion within an ocean as well. Now let's do a quick derivative or a differentiating sine. So as you go once again to our friends and say frack, We're going to open this, do the y dx. And there we go. There we have the dy by dx and we can write the expression, whatever we wanna do, the dy by dx or say this. And once again both use this place style in order to make it look a bit better. So let's go here. Display Style. And now it looks way, way, way better. And yeah, so as you go into doing an integral, so we're gonna go and use pi that we haven't yet used. Where you're gonna go and use an integral which we could use into waste. You will see this in the sheep that I've left, probiotics and Richard spade. But yeah, so you can go here and say in foreign integral, or there are other ways you can check that out on the sheet as, as I told you before. So in here, we're going to have the limits, which will be b, n a. And there we go. And then we're gonna go r-squared d x. And once again, we can use this place style to make it look a bit better. Because you can see, there we go. So this is basically everything you need to know. Math notation. I hope you learn something. You have the sheet to never forget these shortcuts and functions because it's basically as programming, so well, this is getting into the next class in which we're gonna cover chemistry notation. 9. Chemistry Notation: So in this video we're going to learn about chemistry notation in notion, so that we can literally make notion our notebook having the possibility to write visual theory and that symbols so that we can increase our understanding of chemistry topic. Let's just go straight into it. So we have a new page on chemistry notation. So we're just going to get straight into it as we've mass that you can use an inline inner block equation to make chemistry notation, we're mainly going to use inline rigorous is the most used and the easiest to use as well. So yeah, stranger. So as r by a simple equation, so you can see how it works. So like H2, there we go, this straightforward enough. Plus O2. And then for the arrow, we're gonna go in here and say Right Arrow. And there we go. And let's say H2O. So there we go. And yeah, so in here we should balance this. We're gonna go and put a number in here. So we're gonna go in here and put one above, above one PT two. And there we go. So in here we would have the fraction before and we will have balanced equation so that it will be one of the simplest equations will be as need to know how to do this in order to make the fraction. But basically it will be one slash. Other side above 1.1 is basically the margin, mostly is 1 normal measure. And you would write, basically, you would write this, this is also in their sheep, so you can make some fractions. You also use frack wherever as we used in the madmen. But this isn't here. A bit easier to use. So I'll just go with it sooner we know how to do a simple equation. We're going to go into more difficult ones. Those go and do a formulae. So for this, we're gonna go K2, CR 207, and then we're gonna go and add the dot we use in chemistry in order to show that two substances are together. So we're going to do space in here so that we can add the point Hamming space between space. And we can see that the pointing here, it's already there. And then when yes, seven, H 20, and there we go. So this will be basically a way to have those compounds that are chemically bonded in this way. And this is important, this part is important to add the dot. You need the two spaces because if not, is it going to look like this? And this isn't that good? So yeah, we want to have those two spaces in here so that it is better. So now let's go and work with charges. So let's make ammonium for example, NH four plus. A x34 enough is Eugene downslope. And you've seen the one for the power. So it is just the same as with math. So it's pretty easy. We can then make our way to minors, for example. So this is even easier. So that's it. We can make. So four minus2. And here you can see it doesn't look very good. Like this goes down, it doesn't stay up. So for that we would use these to retain it aborts and they will have a So four minus two now is go into bonding. So for these, I'm going to show you the different types of bonding, which are the three, the single bond, double bond and a triple bond. Basically a structural formula. So let us make propane which has single bonds, sounds go and make probing, which will be CH3 dash, CH two, dash c, 83 term here. As you can see, the single bond is the dash symbol straighforward enough. Then for Livermore bond, we're going to use the equal sign. So we have the two lines, does make a CO double bond. So c equals o, and you can see that it looks as a double bond. So as basically what will be the Level one In their chemistry notation, then we will go onto the triple bond, which will be, for example, between nitrogen servers go make the ship Oman inverted tube of one. We need to know a function. So the function would be the slash, the strange last equip. And there, and there you have a triple bond for the nitrogen. Now let's go and cover oxidation states. Soyuz is go and do that. So this is very easy. For example, I want to be like this. And there we go. Merged symbol. And then for example, chromium for would be like bees. This Roman numbers. So there isn't much complication. So yeah, as Roman numbers, as powers. And you seeing the, these IDO enters the power. Very easy. Now let's go make reactions with state symbols. So you can see Eric more. So it's going to make C S plus O G, once again the right arrow, and then C, O two gas. So here's MBO is even same level as the first one we did, just including state symbols, which is kind of intuitive. So now we're gonna go into more difficult reactions which are gonna be the reversible, but we'll see how to make a reversible reaction. So we're gonna go and do the one for the hybrid process, including the formation of ammonia. So let's go into it. And then for, for their sign, which includes the reversible reaction, we would use, the right-left are prunes, masculine, are purines. And there you go. Assign, very nice, very neat. I would go and make ammonia 2n ins three and there we go. There we have ammonia, we have assigned. So you also have this function in the sheet you have down below. So even go and check it out for whenever you need it and you forget about it. You can have it out there and have easy access to it. So yeah, right-left harpoons. We've already made some stoichiometric numbers, which basically is numbers before a compound or an element. So it is go and do a bit more of that. That's pretty simple. So as it's going at 12 in here, you can see how it goes basically, we also saw how to fraction. So let's go and do a fraction with this choice, say 25 above 1. And there we go and see that there's a fraction. And now we will go and the two here, and these two clubs, and there we go and have a fraction and then we could add out too. So that's basically stoichiometric numbers. They are symbol, they are the same as the spacing here. He has needs to know how to write the numbers and fractions. And yeah, so just practice and you'll learn this person. Now let's go and check how to do some isotopes. So it is going to it so as maybe isotopes of carbon. So it's going to make carbon 612. Scope. There isn't here. We have to add this new year. So you already have this. And we're going to also make the other isotope, which would be carbon-13 surgical make that. So as you can see, they are very important. These symbol over here to close into the power. And then we can see that it doesn't matter the order we put the power and the slash down there. You see, it doesn't matter the order we put this in here, we put first and the one down any here with the first one up. So this would be the way to do it. We can also make uranium 238. So there we go, there we have uranium 238. Very simple organism, this video with radical. So if you know what radical EFS is, yes, when they are in spin paired electrons. So basically, for example, in BI which is and a halogen, we could have the radical. So for these we will just do the power and then go and here make bullet. And there we go. So Bullet is one we need in order to make the Radicals, please make one more complex one which is o CEO with a radical and an electron and extra electron. So let's go and make that right here bullet. And then we're going to add a minus sign here. Once again, we close with this, and there we go. So this is basically everything you need to know once you have the sheet with all the functions and staff right here, I suppose, in the breaks and resources. So yeah, I hope you found this useful. I personally use these a lot for my chemistry. Looks very, very cool and it's even easier than math because math sometimes can get a bit more complicated within notion money here, just knowing how to do the arrows and knowing how to do the fractions, which is just math, how to radicals and how to the powers. So as we go into the next video in which I'm going to show you how I use my notion. And yeah, so you can see how I apply all the things that I have taught you in this class to my own academic life. So yeah, this is going to. 10. How I Use Notion for my Academic Life: So in this video, the last one of they using section of this class, I will show you how I personally use notion as a student myself for doing a quick two around my academic system, from a central page to my individual pages with their respective loads. And I also use sum over them. So we knew how I use notion in order to study for my different subjects, such as chemistry and English literature. Then I will also show you how I actually apply tuesday techniques called active recall and sludge repetition, which are proven scientifically to be the two most effective study techniques. Remember that you can grab my notion student template down here, someplace in the excellent resources section. And yeah, as a stranger or E, So here we are in my notion, may notion page. So you can see I central academic test them basically. We're just going to go and do the quick tour. I'm gonna show you a bit of everything pretty quickly so that you can see how I basically organize my stuff. And then we will look into the different subjects and topics and how I use notion to stay them. So as you can see in here, there's Kober merging book cover. And here we have a call-out which is one of notions features. And then here we have weak links to everything we need. So we want to check our kinder. We go straightaway to here. We have our kind, our Google Drive classroom. Here's where I have some books digitally. And in here I have my subjects clear so that I can yes, go straight into them physically says, for example, I was trained to it any here as you can see, I have a page called all glasses thing, which I organize my whole classes. Every glass I've taken since I started using notion and then I have in here are caused to do class guy in our template. And here is the view of the month of the following month. But we can go into o and have everything I've done using notion. Scrape, a great to-do list in which you can also have a catenary view and you can keep track of everything you need to do very easily. So yeah, once you've seen these, I also have the week, one, which is quite simple, and then the month. And then, yeah, I think that's a very quick tour over my notion main page, my academic system. So it just goes straight into the different nodes from different subjects. And so you can see how I personally study for them. So yeah, let's just go straight into the first node somewhere and go over. And that's going to be from chemistry. Okay, so let's go into here is going to be within topic to atomic structure and the basic table. And I'm gonna go over the topic of ionization energies. So as you can see, I have lots of toggles, which is these little thing that when you click it expands, we will see right now. So hopefully you will see the logic behind why I do the things I do. So let's just go straight into it. So first definition and I have a total. So the aim of this is for me to see definition and say, okay, after recall the definition of ionized missionaries. So I have to think about it. We are having the answer in front of me because sometimes it's pretty easy to think that you know something when you have the answer in front of you. So for example, that's why rereading and highlighting. And the best and most effective study method. Because you sometimes trick yourself and think that you already know what's in front of you, but you haven't recorded it, so you don't really know it is just there and it's not part of your information and your retreat. So yeah, let's just go into it. So definition of IMC visionary, I know it is the energy required to remove an electron from one mole application state of a substance or fun element to convert it into a single charged positive ion. So having this definition as you go and check, so we can see here basically the amount of enthalpy which is the same. So I can think of this is that we can have a way to test ourselves without having the answer in front of us. We can have instant feedback on our performance and see what we mean or what we've even really understand. So yeah, we can see here everything and I can also have a VC via other paper. I could also do this to make sure that I understand nameless visionaries and yeah, certainly Miserables is pretty important. I haven't in here. So photo so that I can remind myself of the pattern of the graph of the ionization energies in this case of a sodium. And once they see these, if I really understand the graph, I can answer to these questions. So just go straight and answer them. So let's go do this. Why do successive ionization energies in Greece? Because more energy, more enthalpy is required to take an electron, to remove an electron in the reservoir release is the fact that it's time the electrons that are going to be taken out are closer to the nucleus, to a closer distance and therefore they have more attraction. There is also a lower ratio electron, two proton, so easily less like a very technical, but basically I would say that. So it's going to take it out. And I can see, okay, ratio proton, electron. So they're giving us a once again, I can test myself pretty easily how the answer in front of me. See if there's any gap in my understanding. And maybe I'd even get this fact. And this is quite important music, No, that would be getting very superficial and I need to go deeper into the distance. But the fact that there are same protons attracting electron narrative. You see how it's going to show you right now how I study for English literature and I basically my whole revision for ICC on that. So I'm just gonna show you, so you can see here in English Lit, ICAC. So I'm gonna show you how I recently revised for my exam of English Lit IZZ. I got a good grade, I got an a. So I suppose these word it kind of date. So the ocean to servers, you can see I have divided this into three, drama, poetry and prose. So for German, I had to read the crucible by Arthur Miller. So here we are inside the crucible by Arthur Miller, the novel I had to read. So here's some interesting information that I don't really need to know, but give me some contexts when understanding this book. But here we have the most important stuff. So we have a totally here to see the niceness of the title refers to a container use by witches. And then they witch trials MNA have different pages for the setting, for the characters and themes. The setting for its act. So act one is in the attic of the local picture river in Paris. And then I also have the characters over the characters in here. Once again, with the toggle so I can test myself on them. For example, your picture. So I can check in here and have a very nice description that I have myself made and after reading the book, and then I also have summaries for each act of the book. So visibly than whole summary in here and I get have access from whichever device I own. Not only when I'm with my computer at home, with my laptop, but I can also do it when I'm in the bus with my phone or when I'm with a tablet, I can also do it near f of o, summary of every single act. And yeah, this oatmeal vault in kind of understanding everything and internalizing all the different characters that setting themes as well. And yeah, and then I also lead, oh, my poetry stuff in here. Having all the poems, as you can see, is amazing. I use these facilities was the most important and useful thing for which I used notion before. And I recently learned every single poem thanks to this, in the fact that you are able to have an icon, an emoji, having it's pretty good because you got already relate each poem to an emoji, to something you can understand and you can retrieve later on in the exam. So for example, if I wanted to retreat a poem when I was in example sample, I get this one by several doctrine plenty. In what I would do is I know that I have this icon, which will be the water. So this has to do something with water. So I know plenty is a poem that talks about the contrast of the author's life when he her childhood CV than half, basically anything including water. Do you have any water? She talks about droughts and now she says that sees in a luxurious place has tons of water. A good way of memorizing this is y using this. So yeah, I mean, as you can see, I have everything here including a brief summary, the former instructor that bush and tone, language, things sort of a way to understand the poems. Just tie them. And here this will be a lot in my exam. That's basically why he got an a. I don't think there was any other cause of r from that. So let us go into the probes which is in custody and wondering any Here you can see that they are quick summary and some questions. So you can see that I would like to test myself as much as I can be assessed in yourself is basically the best way to gain knowledge. I may have some questions from past papers to learn. Torah example, Explore the obstacles that Devin faces notebook. So you know, you're going to have everything here. So yeah, I really love this. I used it a lot. And yeah, let's just go into the next thing. So I know I have shown you two ways in which I take notes and I study were mainly using this technique, active Rico. So right now I'm going to show you how I personally use speech repetition. So visit an exam I recently beep gametes advance examination in yeah, I miss Haumea allowed in my peripheral one, basically the technique space repetition says that you are able to retain very high-quality knowledge. If you are able to test yourself on repeated intervals. In here, what I did was different exercises from each type of question within a paper in different times and destined myself and what percentage and yeah. So yeah, I could see whether or not I was improving in hearing NC. I got six out of eight and then eight of eight did improve in here. It's the same in here once against the same, and here it decreased. But as you can see, it is a great way to track your knowledge on a topic. Israel's exile lethal exam. But if you want to track your glass, you have different topics in each column as you can see in here, and yourself on different time. So for example, let's say that today, which is 17 January, There's myself on this and I, myself and Encarta ten. So this will be quite useful so that I can track my knowledge layer on. And yeah, and I don't suicide which topics to focus on because if I'm Mary on one or another, I should attempt the second repetition of the one that I am worst at first. So this is a great way not only to make sure that you're studying effectively using space repetition might also agree way to know what topics should prioritize. So you can have at Omnivore, measurement of your knowledge on different topics and focus on those that you are weaker on. Have you guys got some insights and some ideas on how to use notion for different topics as you have seen and show you one for chemistry, which is the science and English lead, which is more related to writing. And yeah, closer to English or to history or to possibly geography. But hopefully this gives you some idea of how to use it and you understand a bit more of how I personally use it myself to do some effective staff, not just to brag that, it's pretty cool, but to actually do something effective. So yeah. 11. Conclusion: So in this class we've covered loads, basically everything you need to know in order to build your own academic system, as well as only you need to know in order to use the different features notion offers to write your notes and as yourself efficiently on them. I can thank you for having reached the end of this class and for our enter inverse place, if you found this class useful, helpful, or entertaining, and these will revisit if you could leave a review. So our most students have the opportunity of this glass and benefiting from it. 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I hope you are able to improve your academic performance and health and life overall as a result of using notion and watching this class. So I'll see you guys very soon.