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    Posted by Elias on September 24, 2022 at 4:18 pm

    The current education system is moving towards specialization in terms of being specific to what is needed to practice ur profession effectively, and there is a lot of material that needs to be covered in that regard. This leaves students with a lot of materials to read in their respective areas of specialty, leaving a gap in the basic knowledge about other fields. It’s important that we get some time off to read about other interesting subjects that are out of our main specialty. for example, it’s absurd for a doctor to think that England is in America because he did not do history or geography, to think that Trump is the president up now because he is not a politician. get some inspirational books and read, general knowledge books and autobiographies of world re-known individuals like Mandela and read at a slow refreshing pace. those interested can read a book called never split the difference, never eat alone and we shall keep posting others

    Leancm replied 1 year, 5 months ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
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  • Leancm

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    November 5, 2022 at 8:18 pm

    True. More so the pressure put on students in a struggle to cover what’s in line with their profession. There’s basically little room to read other material. It may not necessarily be other academic related material,but some of us get good therapy from reading interesting novels, magazines..yet in the setting of our studies, if you do more of it,it would be seen as a wastage of time, depending on what we are supposed to cover in the academic area alone. Sometimes such hobbies and the benefits they bring are just not appreciated enough, because of the pressure to focus on academics and profession related material.

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