Hey! I type out notes as a way of study and quick revision of home ec topics. Usually, I type out the information I think is important but also photocopy pages from my book of the things I didn't type out because sometimes the book explains it better. I use and add my own notes on sticky notes if they are missing valuable information, Home Economics book, State Examinations Commission website for marking schemes because they provide answers that will get you full marks, and studyclix. Use these notes along your own home ec book and other notes you have.
I type out notes for myself as a way of study and revision. I use the examinations website marking schemes, studyclix and our home economics book. I usually photocopy pages from my book that are important that I didn't type out and put them in my folder with these notes, I would suggest if you are to use these notes make sure you have your Home Economics book handy next to you.
I typed this out for our exams this year, it's basically the Protein Chapter in 2 pages. I'm sure everything is there, make sure you use both your book and these notes for study to get the most out of it. Nutrients usually come up In Q1 of Section B so these notes might be useful to you :)
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