The notes I'm about to show you are from a few years ago and are when she did her degree. She is almost two years younger than me but due to the way the academic year is here, she is one academic year behind me. She studied chemistry (I know what you're thinking, what a pair of nerdy and scientific siblings...) and her notes are just... wonderful.
A Pukka Pad Project Book was here weapon of choice and I can kind of see why - the allure of 90gsm paper, a super thick cover and move-able dividers are definitely winning features.
Her handwriting is less printed compared to mine but it is still very neat. She has used colours but not to an overwhelming amount. I'll let the photos do the talking...
Even printed notes that have been glued in are done so neatly...
And she even had a hand-drawn picture of the heart! She did a module called 'Medicinal Chemistry' which explains this random diagram of the heart.
The notes below aren't in the notebook but are separate sheets that have been stapled together. She says that yellow paper is easier to revise from but for me, I still prefer my bright white Oxford-brand paper.
And finally, some typed up notes. Even these are annotated beautifully.
I think I have note envy but then again, my sister has always been better at artistic things than me! Today, I thought I'd show you her notes just to give you a look at someone else's for a change. She's definitely upped the note-making game in this family and I'm sure that will only spur me on this academic year! (Joking of course. I make notes for myself, not to compete with others!)