What does your annotation style say about you?

  1. Real talk: do you annotate in pencil or in pen?

  2. Pen

  3. Pencil

  4. There’s literally no difference

  5. Which picture most accurately represents your highlighter collection?

  1. Highlighters??

  2. When given a PDF to annotate, do you print it or annotate online?

  3. Online

  4. Print

  5. Whichever one takes less time

  6. When do you finish your annotating?

  7. The night before

  8. In the car on the way to school

  9. The bell before it’s due

Results:

Mostly A’s: Wow. You are an annotating olympian! You probably have a whole drawer in your desk to store your arsenal of multi colored highlighters, fine-point gel pens, and sticky notes. Chances are, your annotations have been used as an example at least once a quarter, and are so aesthetically pleasing that you could consider them the start of a DAAP portfolio! In general, you’re very extra, on top of your work, and enjoy organization.

Mostly B’s: You are a true fan of simple living. I mean, all you really need to annotate is a highlighter and a pencil. Your annotations might not be the prettiest, but they get the job done. You tend to be a little disorganized, and a procrastination expert (especially when it comes to annotating).

Mostly C’s: So... do you even annotate at all? Just kidding, of course you do (thanks to those annotation checks), but in all seriousness, annotating, as it turns out, is not one of your higher priorities. You live a very fast-paced, busy life and you probably have different things to do with your time than highlight passages of Julius Caesar.


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