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The Studying Techniques That Should Be Banned from School.
Do you really think that all studying techniques should be banned in school?
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Do you really think that all studying techniques should be banned in school? How will students learn the course if the studying techniques suffer a ban in school? All studying techniques have their own importance. For instance, group study technique allows you to study the course materials with friends, and is of great help. Similarly, if you study individually in a tranquil environment i.e. without distractions, then you can learn the course material quickly.

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