The Path of Learning Made Easier

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Introduction The hypothesis that we learn by retaining 10 percent of what we read, 20 percent of what we hear, 30 percent of what we see, 50 percent of what we hear and see, 70 percent of what we say and 90 percent of what we say and do, has not been taken to be scientifically accurate and may not necessarily mean much, however, relevance can still be extracted from the quote in terms of many ways of retaining some details in the memory. Out of this quote one is able to realize that reading is not the only way to learn, meaning that somebody will require alternatives to reading. For example, in any case an individual reads a book but this person has not read any part of it aloud, or has not implemented whatever he or she has read in their day-to-day activity, or has not discussed it in person or in an online forum, or has not taught the book's concept to somebody else, then this individual has missed out some key ways of solidifying the material in the reading. There is no much effort being used in supplementing what you have read, so it is always essential to do so. It is important to make sure that one finds out the means of supplementing whatever one have read. For instance, in any case you are supposed to read a book, utilize some of the partinent methods for retention so that it is made worthwhile. In any case the book you are to read contains information of how-to read something, never read content unless it will be done afterwards by use of whatever you
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