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20 Feb 2010, 14:41
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22 Feb 2010, 16:11
Good question.

Actually, a student can go either way. Personally, I would use the notepad, because then you don't have to erase it or scroll around.

But if you have terrible penmanship...
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22 Feb 2010, 23:22
yah, i also suggest writing quick notes down on the paper provided. it'll be tough (at least for me) to write an outline on the screen and to somehow manage to access the outline and my draft at the same time.
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