by Miller, Arthur
University Student exam revision notes. These notes present a clear discussion of the action and thought of the work under consideration and a concise interpretation of its merits and its significance. They are intended as a supplementary aid to the serious student. They serve to free the student from interminable and distraction note-taking in class so that he may listen intelligently to what the instructor is saying, or to the class discussion, making selective notes on these, secure in the knowledge that he has the basic understanding. They are also helpful in preparing for an examination, saving not merely the burden but the confusion of trying to re-read the full text under pressure, and disentangling from a mass of - often illegible - notes that which is of central importance.
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