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December 18, 2011



As current college student who struggles with multiple-choice tests, I've faced many courses where the final grade is determined by three exams with no opportunity to fail, learn, and try again. Regardless of the field of study, only through failure do I clearly learn what more I need to learn. I further argue that one-off deals are not reflective of workplace culture, as failure is common at the start of any new job or career. Hopefully, these new jobs not far off following their eventual graduation from formal education.

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