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  1. Because some people are interested, others are not. The best way to learn something is to stop memorizing it.�

    If you observe excellent students and losers, it is not difficult to see different patterns in their behavior. Some are genuinely interested in the subject, while others perceive studying as a burden (“learn-and forget!”).�

    If you need a few days (!) to “memorize” some information, you should think about whether you entered there. If we are talking about the school curriculum, then it would be a good idea to analyze your attitude to studying. Who are you studying for? For yourself or for your parents or teachers?

    I do not agree with previous commentators who talked about genetic factors and the structure of the brain. My observations repeatedly confirm that those who think they can't do well at school don't really want to do it. And why he doesn't want to – this is a separate topic for introspection.

  2. From genetic factors in the first place. The question is generally posed incorrectly due to lack of knowledge. The speed of thought is not really different in humans (the speed of transmission through neurons and connections) . The question should be why some people think better than others. Because our brain is divided into regions, and each region has its own function. Roughly speaking, we have one area – it is responsible for waving hands and feet, the second – for thinking, the third – for combinatorics, the fourth – for the quality of vision, and so on. So from birth, each person's areas are different in size, someone has one area larger than someone else, and since there are more neurons and connections in a larger area, thinking is obtained there faster and better. Therefore, it is easier for one person to think logically, for another to draw, for a third to play chess, and so on. . As for gender, women have a slightly different brain structure, if frankly, the zone in which it is customary to think and they are always smaller, so it is very difficult to agree with a woman by logic, and therefore almost all the discoveries (with rare exceptions) are made by men, both in physics and in astronomy. what is in general in the science and technological progress of mankind?

  3. Everyone, thank God, has their own predispositions and opportunities.�

    For sure, memory largely depends on the motivation to study a particular material. If a person wants to remember something , he will remember it, but if somewhere subconsciously he doubts the need for this , then it will be very, very difficult to get some information for himself.

    I'm studying banking, and it doesn't take me long to memorize any financial – related topics, for good reason. My problem is different – I completely forget everything that happens in the rest of my life. Did I close the door a minute ago, what I ate an hour ago, where and at what time I have to come, etc

    So I pay for my good memory in one place in another.

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