I’m a big fan of Levenger annotated ruled pads. I was introduced to them when I picked some up for 99 cents each at a closeout store in Queens. The annotated pads are designed with the Cornell Method of note taking in mind. Generally speaking, when using the Cornell Method, you divide your paper into 3 sections. The left column is for questions. The middle section is for the actual notes. The bottom section is for summaries
I love my Levenger annotated pad so my interest was piqued when I came across a “Cornell Method Note” book at Kinokuniya. The notebook comes in B5, 6 mm rule in both twin ring and tape bound. The tape bound contains 32 sheets and costs $4.55. The twin ring notebook has 40 sheets and costs $6.35. The distinct sections are printed on both sides of the paper. The paper is extremely smooth and reminds me of Kokuyo paper. There is no feathering and some bleed through.
I have yet to figure out how I’ll use these. I may start using them at my office for phone notes.