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  1. Haha. That's true. I've been up for hours to finish what every subject teachers do. And what is the ugh part, to be passes tomorrow

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  2. I totally get what you mean! It's so true that school totally kills one's creativity, every kid is created different and it's just not fair to grade (and judge) them in 100% same methods. Just because one might not be that great in science, or math, or history does not make them any less smart than the ones that are good in them! Schools in the future should totally try to consider individuality's stronger points to push and nurtured so children can blossom to their fullest potentials

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    1. Nice insights! I totally agree with you Mindy. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about this matter. This is sooo critical to me as I am looking forward to becoming a full-pledged teacher in month's time. :D

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  3. Hahaha. I really agree. Stress here and there!

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    1. True, true. :) Anyway, it's part of schooling. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. :)

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  4. As someone who had no college degree but achieved relative success in my chosen field, I always believe that being driven, aggressive, and partly lucky is better than a degree from a popular college or university.

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    1. Well put Sir! Thanks for sharing! :)

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