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  • What did you learn in high school/college?

    I have been thinking about what I actually learned in high school (and before) that I use in my life now. And my question is, what did you learn in high school (really learn - could discuss it intelligently in your 20s) that has been helpful in your adult life? What did you learn that you think has just used up space in your brain?

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    I remember very little from highschool as far as education goes, but it was a very bad time for me so what I remember most of was my social standing at the time.

    At college, after taking a few years between highschool and odd jobs, i studied media and really enjoyed it. I remember most of it but it is completely useless to me now and I wish I hadn't done it.

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    • #3
      I studied medicine. It was so hard that I had to sit on weekends all the time with textbooks. Now I have my own clinic. But my son doesn't want to study in a group, he says he's tired of it. He took a private tutoring course to study better, he's an economist. I was against it, since group classes are better, but the pandemic is making a difference. I hope he will pass everything. Either way he likes it, which is progress. He didn't like to sit in classes, and at home he studies so hard that I can't wait for him to come home for dinner. So there are advantages to everything.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Scinetic View Post
        I have been thinking about what I actually learned in high school (and before) that I use in my life now. And my question is, what did you learn in high school (really learn - could discuss it intelligently in your 20s) that has been helpful in your adult life? What did you learn that you think has just used up space in your brain?
        In school I learned how write, read and etc. But most useful it is Russian language, Russian became kinda my native speaker (my Language is Uzbek) and from University I learned Finance, I studied in International University, and my lessons was in English (Westminster University), and it was kinda interesting experience.

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        • #5
          Every day I learn something new for myself and watch how rapidly everything develops. A recent discovery for me was the site https://cex.io/buy-uniswap-uni, as I am very fond of the topic of cryptocurrency.

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          • #6
            In college, they taught me the basic fundamentals to be a successful student. For example, turning in quality assignments, time management, following directions, using teamwork, communication with peers and instructor, organization, and more.

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            • #7
              There are plenty of things that I learned in high school and college. In high school, I learned how to write essays that were organized and grammatically correct. I learned how to do math problems and write equations. I learned about various American presidents and the history of my home country. In college, I learned about topics that interested me more. I studied some computer science classes, as well as some philosophy classes. Since I was studying what I enjoyed, it was fun to learn about those subjects. I will have to visit the norfolkhomelearning.com website so that I could get help in my essay because the source got perfect essay writers.

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              • #8
                I can't say that school taught me anything directly, but it taught me indirectly. I experienced a lot of suffering and stress and got involved with a bad company and ended up in a mental hospital. I had a lot of bad things in my life, but it was through the bad things that I came to my happiness right now.

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                • #9
                  I studied a lot of medicine, which I ended up not really needing.))
                  Last edited by robertopupka; 06-18-2022, 10:08 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Why u blocked my message?

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                    • #11
                      My time in college was very cool, I learned a lot during that time, I often took extra classes related to business and how it should be run. In fact, in the study of it was a lot of interesting moments such as creating their sites to attract new people and how to keep track of him, most of all I remember this moderated companies https://chekkee.com/top-10-content-m...und-the-world/ which help keep track of your business in the internet space, to keep track of the content that users leave the site. It's a very interesting topic.
                      Last edited by jekson; 06-28-2022, 01:48 PM.

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                      • #12
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                        • #13
                          I learned a lot in high school, but one of the most important things was time management. It came in handy when I attended english as a second language classes here at ASA college in Miami. I was very involved in extracurricular activities and had to learn how to balance my time between schoolwork, practice, and socializing. Time management has been helpful in my adult life because I often juggle multiple deadlines and have to be efficient with my time. I also learned how to write well and think critically, which has been helpful in both my personal and professional life.
                          Last edited by BrookMunshi5; 08-04-2022, 07:19 AM.

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                          • #14
                            I learned that to know something you need to learn it by yourself.

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                            • #15
                              I learned a lot of things through my education. I learned how to solve problems and make decisions when there are no easy answers. I also learned how to communicate with others, develop relationships and build trust. These are all important skills that I use every day in my job. In high school, I learned how to read books by writing my own books. Visit this https://resumescentre.net/ site for more knowledge. In college, I learned that it's important to read other people's books in order to understand them better.

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