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Do you sometimes find it hard to remember what you've read? This is a common problem for lots of students, especially if they are reading resources for a research paper and the text is very dense. To help remember what you've read, active reading causes you to underline, think about, and write about the more important aspects of your resource. Take a look at the different active reading strategies below and try one that you think might best suit your learning style!