Studying effectively involves having a clear purpose before you start reading or making notes. You might think that the main reading purpose at university is to understand information in order to use it directly in exams and assignments, but, happily, things are not as dull or as simple as that. There are many different reasons why you might want to read, including for interest and enjoyment.
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