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              <td rowspan="3"><p>The main problem with education</p></td>
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                Whether it's at school or university, the one thing no one ever
                teaches you is how to teach yourself. We often just end up
                drilling specific exercises and mindlessly memorizing
                information so that when exam time comes around, we pass the
                test. But once the test is over, that information has outlived
                its usefulness, and there's no guarantee that information will
                be retained. In the end, we're really just learning how to pass
                our tests.
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                Here's the real question: does this approach of repetition and
                memorization help us truly understand the subject material? The
                academic consensus nowadays is that it doesn't. In fact, what's
                more important than any individual topic is knowing how to
                study, but for some reason, this point is often overlooked. So,
                what can we do to remedy this?
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                Well, there are various techniques and exercises that can be
                applied to the educational process to help make it more
                efficient and engaging. Keep scrolling to uncover some of the
                secrets of effective learning.
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