Anomaly wrote:pikachu4919 wrote:Unome wrote:Ask any of your friends that do A&P
Ye, small fonts, really wide margins, but one thing about 4n6 is that although there are so many different topics, you don't necessarily need to put them all on your cheat sheet (i.e. tracks, striations) depending on how much you know about them - for example, if you do lots of biology and/or also happen to do designer genes, you may not necessarily need to include any cheat sheet info on DNA or blood typing.
Making your cheatsheet is really a careful process of making the most out of the space you have in the area. If there's something you're confident you know by heart, then there's no need to put it on your sheet, and that frees up that space for you to put something else that you're maybe not as confident with. But that's up to you and what you know.
Wait why wide margins?
I guess I meant narrow, lol. I was thinking more along the lines of widening the space on the page, hehe. Oops.