VangoNotes are flexible; download all the material directly to your player, or only the chapters you need. And they're efficient. Use them in your car, at the gym, walking to class, wherever. So get yours today. And get studying.
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The life of today's college student is tough. Between working full-time and being a full-time student, my time is precious. This is the entire reason to supplement actual studying with on-the-go notes. As such, I felt that these notes were not very useful. It provided neither a complete and useful summary nor review questions that would either lend to increased understanding or would take the edge off of in-test surprises. I still earned an A, but I felt that this work had little to do with my success. Don't lump all VangoNotes in with this work though; I have used others that succeeded.
Although this audio companion may sound like it is being read, it is a powerful tool. I played it on my iPod about 3 times, listened to my teacher's lecture and was given a take home test where I could use only my notes. I didn't need them at all. I finished the test in the parking lot while waiting for my car to warm up. The chapters are split up into 4 sections which you can easily nagigate through - one is the big picture, equivalent to the summary at the end of a chapter that uses all the key vocabulary from the text. The other three sections quiz you - the second section quizes you on the big ideas, the third gets a bit more detailed and helps clarify gray/overlapping areas and the forth section is rapid review. If you don't believe this is worth it you can download just the first chapter, but I can almost guarantee you that you will end up purchaseing the whole thing. It's a major time saver, especially if your time is precious and you commute.
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