I'm thinking about getting this one
graph paper only (obviously)
This is what I use. One per class.
What you're looking for is called a "laboratory notebook" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lab_notebook). Professional researchers and engineers use them to keep a formal record of their work, however, they're generally too expensive for student use. Amazon sells them.
If you just want a notebook with high quality paper, they're available but cost as much as a lab notebook. I'll post a link if anyone's actually interested.
Not sure whether they are sold outside of Germany, but I like Oxford notebooks, because the paper is thicker and makes for more durablen notes. Thinner paper tends to rip easier if you go through it often.
I can speak from experience and tell you that those Cambridge notebooks are pretty awesome,everything from the thickness and texture of the paper, to the perfect off white, sepia pages.
Highly recommended. Won't make you smarter unfortunately.
I use this for all my class notes. Also for syllabi, documents, all my textbooks, and pretty much anything else I need for school.
Don't think I can ever go back to physical notes.
>7 dollars for fucking notebook
What the actual fuck. If it were for a lab/log book I could understand but your homework writings don't need laminated cover holy shit.
Also, I prefer Atlanta notebooks for laminated cover. Just get the cheapest college rule notebook for notes and homework.
Which is weird, because grid is superior, and dot grid or reticle grid are infinitely superior to that.
>tfw midori lightweight feels so good but only comes in plain
op just do this, get a solid lab notebook and write in it until it's full. or half-full, because the best way to do it is to only write on one page out of each spread - leave the other page blank so you can come back and add notes and additional stuff.
>or half-full, because the best way to do it is to only write on one page out of each spread - leave the other page blank so you can come back and add notes and additional stuff.
although this is the best way to use it, you won't do that in an ACTUAL official lab notebook, for obvious reasons. but for notes and studying and personal shit, absolutely leave space.
notebook of the patrician genius
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Oxford-Office-Essentials-Wirebound-Cover-Notebook/dp/B000SHUB2W/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1451991794&sr=8-7&keywords=Oxford+Paper ( own these as well. I fucking love them)
What the fuck is this thread?
I swear I've seen these types of threads before where someone wants items that are related to stem or asks what kinda behavior a stem person might do (drawing diffy qs on windows for example)
And I gotta say it's the hardest bait for me to avoid replying to
>not using blank A4s and binders
It's like you're not even trying.
>mfw they sell this shit super cheap in a corner store nearby.