I recently read a book it was called "The Buzan Study Skills Handbook" by Tony Buzan. Basically the author argues throughout his book for people to use their creativity when they study: e.g - using colours, associating concepts with images, using stylistic writing, key words and lastly making your work of "art" have some beauty... He ultimately asserts that we should all use his ingenious invention - "the mind map" - in order to bring out this creativity. The book has had many positive citations from people who have followed Buzan's ideas. I personally believe he's got a fair point. How about you guys? Do you guys bring out your inner Picasso when you study?