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#88714 03/19/23 02:14 AM
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I did the course maybe 2017, but didn't really pursue it, so now I am redoing it. It's difficult to find the time, but I have done a few books and discovered one particularly huge book was not what I thought it was. What a relief as I was able to pass on it.

I am studying a specific type of law that requires very old books which I have PDFs of.
Is there any special instructions as to how to proceed as these books are anywhere from 6 - 700 pages up to 1500.
Thanks
LordAlan

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Feel free to create several mind maps on the larger documents, perhaps a mind map per chapter or a small number of related chapters. PhotoRead and study the mind maps. Best to keep clarifying your purpose throughout activation, changing it as needed.
Hope this helps,
Patrick


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