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Is note taking on an iPad worth it?

This doesn't quite answer the question, but I find it fairly easy to write out even complex equations and solve them on my iPad Air. I've been using the same iPad to take notes in all my classes since Sophomore year of high school (six years). When I switched from pencil and paper to a stylus and screen, I noticed little difference in legibility but a noticeable decrease in writing speed. After all this time I can write with a stylus at about the same speed as writing with a pen and paper. In terms of what I use, I have a mesh tipped stylus (replace every 6–12 months instead of monthly rubber tips) and write all my notes on the Notability app. I imagine the Apple Pencil is far better than my stylus.

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