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Ulluh
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Who is more intelligent, a person who never studies but gets A*s or a person who does nothing but studying and gets A*s. This ******ed generation deems intelligence to be someone who revises their life away in exchange for a good grade. Such ignorance bothers me. "Oh good grade = smart *thumbs up + mental question mark....
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It depends how you define intelligent.
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Some people measure intelligence in grades. Some measure it in how quickly you understand something. Doing well in school is essentially memory, so getting good grades by retaining content essentially means you have a good memory, whereas revising also allows you to remember your topics well. It's completely subjective.
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