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  • View Poll Results: Which ability is the most beneficial for all subjects?
    Pattern Recognition (Not restricted to mathematics)
    3
    3.53%
    Visual-Spatial reasoning
    0
    0%
    Fast thought process
    3
    3.53%
    Superior Memory (Long-term and short-term)
    38
    44.71%
    Abstract Thinking processes
    16
    18.82%
    Superior ability to learn from Experience
    3
    3.53%
    Superior ability to Learn from watching others
    1
    1.18%
    Very coherent thought processes
    12
    14.12%
    Fast Reading ability combined with brilliant comprehension
    3
    3.53%
    Concentration that defies Human Norms
    6
    7.06%

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    (Original post by T-o dore)
    I dont think it could be memory... probs coherent thought processes
    This is the A-Levels forum, so it is memory. Nothing else is relevant.

    Spelling couldn't hurt, though.
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    (Original post by thisisyesterday)
    No, he skipped an L. Plus there was some questionable grammar.
    Do you have a field day every time you see a spelling mistake? Good lord we all make mistakes:eek: Am I going to be nailed for each and every one?!
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    (Original post by Planto)
    This is the A-Levels forum, so it is memory. Nothing else is relevant.

    Spelling couldn't hurt, though.
    hmmm I dont think thats strictly true E.g in history, even if you know ALL of history, if you can't form an opinion or answer a question well then NO GAME
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    (Original post by T-o dore)
    hmmm I dont think thats strictly true E.g in history, even if you know ALL of history, if you can't form an opinion or answer a question well then NO GAME
    Wrong; all the 'opinions' are handed to you on a plate, you just have to regurgitate them.
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    (Original post by Planto)
    Wrong; all the 'opinions' are handed to you on a plate, you just have to regurgitate them.
    Yep, so everyone with less than full marks in everything is just plain lazy.
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    You should be able to choose more than one, because I fall into a few of those categories :p:
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    (Original post by modini)
    You should be able to choose more than one, because I fall into a few of those categories :p:
    Well then that means you're in a unique position to judge
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    Accidentally voted for the wrong one, but superior memory is deffo the most important. GCSEs are easy to act if you just memorise the textbooks.

    Now AS levels on the other hand... :cry:
 
 
 
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