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This is a short and easy to read summary of why mind maps are so useful, and how you can get the best from them. To make sure you get the most value from your purchase possible, I've also included a FREE eBook: "How to Study: 20 Tips to Get the Best Grades". Which includes advice on time management, goal setting and how to get better grades with less effort. --------------- This is a short and easy to read summary of why mind maps are so useful, and how you can get the best from them. To make sure you get the most value from your purchase possible, I've also included a FREE eBook: "How to Study: 20 Tips to Get the Best Grades". Which includes advice on time management, goal setting and how to get better grades with less effort. --------------- TOTAL MIND MAPS: FREE EXCERPT BELOW---------------- Reviews from other eBook websites: "A great little book, very clear in how it presents ideas." Ruth Peters "I knew about mind maps but never understood how they could be quite so handy. Thank you for the easy introduction." Janet May "Wish I'd read this years ago, it's shown me a few neat tricks to get the best out of mind maps. They're like a Swiss army knife! I now use them for everything. Wonderful book." Blake Jones FREE EXCERPT: Analysis/Deconstruction Having one central topic means that analysis comes naturally with mind mapping. Analysis can be defined as “the deconstruction of an idea into its constituent parts in order to better understand it”. To analyze a topic first write it at the center of the mind map. Then decide on the main sub topics to break it into. This may take multiple iterations, so improve drafts each time until you discover the most logical disassembly. Then divide topics repeatedly until you have completely deconstructed the subject. Using mind maps in this way allows a really deep analysis to be easily created and clearly presented. There are many times when deconstructing a topic can be helpful to improve understanding, using mind maps to do this is both intuitive and thorough. An example could be that a student is about to begin studying geography and so chooses to create a preliminary analysis in anticipation. Below is an example of how that mind map might look...


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This is a short and easy to read summary of why mind maps are so useful, and how you can get the best from them. To make sure you get the most value from your purchase possible, I've also included a FREE eBook: "How to Study: 20 Tips to Get the Best Grades". Which includes advice on time management, goal setting and how to get better grades with less effort. --------------- This is a short and easy to read summary of why mind maps are so useful, and how you can get the best from them. To make sure you get the most value from your purchase possible, I've also included a FREE eBook: "How to Study: 20 Tips to Get the Best Grades". Which includes advice on time management, goal setting and how to get better grades with less effort. --------------- TOTAL MIND MAPS: FREE EXCERPT BELOW---------------- Reviews from other eBook websites: "A great little book, very clear in how it presents ideas." Ruth Peters "I knew about mind maps but never understood how they could be quite so handy. Thank you for the easy introduction." Janet May "Wish I'd read this years ago, it's shown me a few neat tricks to get the best out of mind maps. They're like a Swiss army knife! I now use them for everything. Wonderful book." Blake Jones FREE EXCERPT: Analysis/Deconstruction Having one central topic means that analysis comes naturally with mind mapping. Analysis can be defined as “the deconstruction of an idea into its constituent parts in order to better understand it”. To analyze a topic first write it at the center of the mind map. Then decide on the main sub topics to break it into. This may take multiple iterations, so improve drafts each time until you discover the most logical disassembly. Then divide topics repeatedly until you have completely deconstructed the subject. Using mind maps in this way allows a really deep analysis to be easily created and clearly presented. There are many times when deconstructing a topic can be helpful to improve understanding, using mind maps to do this is both intuitive and thorough. An example could be that a student is about to begin studying geography and so chooses to create a preliminary analysis in anticipation. Below is an example of how that mind map might look...

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