Figuring Out Pens

By | November 7, 2017

Various Writing Utensils for Note-takers

Can you picture a day when, after some vigorous note-taking, you find no ink marks on your hands and arms? Probably not. But maybe you can at least get less with the right writing utensil.

Below are some of the best options you have:

Multicolor Pens

If you must finish your project as colorfully as can be, this is your best pick. They come in literally every color in the spectrum. Creativity can be a great way to manage the stress of school. If you sometimes get the urge to just color your way into the finals, grab those markers and begin.

Pencil

If you’re uncertain what to use, go with a pencil. You’ll surely need one for multiple-choice tests and standardized testing. Just erase your mistakes and begin over.

Ergonomic Pencil Grips

If your job or school tasks require you to use pencil most of the time, you probably hate how it makes your fingers sore at the end of a long note-taking session. This is specifically the problem that pencil grips are there to solve. These grips have an ergonomic design, which means they are made to provide cushioning for those fingers in the very position you use them for writing.

Colored Pencil

Sometimes, colored pencils can be your last resort. They do come in handy for that out-of-this-world craft assignment we all get.

Mechanical Pencil

We have to accept the fact that college classrooms no longer come with pencil sharpeners. If you just hate seeing or hearing lead breaking on a regular pencil, a mechanical switch is your only option.

Fountain Pen

With a fountain tip pen, writing can feel magical. It may be used for writing thick letters and calligraphy. You need skill to use this type of pen, but it’s worth spending time to learn. If you love to get fancy with your writing, this couldn’t be better for you. On top of that, imagine yourself taking notes with a fountain pen in class. Classy!

Permanent Markers

Who doesn’t need a sharpie for labeling notebooks, folders, etc.? Have one in hand. You want to be prepared when the need arises.

Quill Feather Pen

As with the fountain tip pen, class is what you get when you take notes with a quill feather pen. Plus you’ll attract the attention of rare pen aficionados and Harry Potter fans.

Rollerball Pens

Of course, when the day is done and everything has been said and done, a standard black and blue ballpen will stand by your side. It will let you take notes in any setting or at any speed. If you tend to scribble your notes while listening to a fast lecture, this pen couldn’t be more perfect.

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