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  1. Introduction
  2. Education
  3. What makes the smartest Kids in the world?
  4. Limitation of the perception of hard work
  5. Conclusion

Education is often flaunted as the key to success. In fact, educational performances are often used as a metric to assess student's intelligence in many places. Due to the importance attached to education, there are many theories that endeavor to explain the origin of educational intelligence. For example, there is a rampant debate in psychology, the nature Vs. Nurture debate, is centered on the effects of the environment and heredity on academic aptitude. The environment is an important influence on academic learning. For example, both articles show a difference in the American and other systems that result in differences in academic aptitude.

The differences highlighted are a function of culture and the prevailing attitudes. The concept of a requirement if hard work in schools is very important because it instills important attitudes in students and consequently leads to better graduates from the educational system. These graduates have the ability to be productive citizens in a world that increasingly demands for better skills from workers. In addition, the associated persistence leads to academic excellence, even from students who may be categorized ?below average'. This paper will compare two points and conclude that though hard work is central to academic success.

[...] Education - What makes the smartest Kids in the world Education is often flaunted as the key to success. In fact, educational performances are often used as a metric to assess student's intelligence in many places. Due to the importance attached to education, there are many theories that endeavor to explain the origin of educational intelligence. For example, there is a rampant debate in psychology, the nature Vs. Nurture debate, is centered on the effects of the environment and heredity on academic aptitude. [...]


[...] Another limitation of the perception of hard work in students is the perceived effect of heredity on performance. Some aspects of heredity affect academic aptitude. For example, in all classrooms, there are students who seem to outperform their peers even when they display similar working patterns. The presence of these students is captured in psychological debates as well as popular culture. The incidence of natural intelligence challenges the view that hard work is central to academic success because such students only need a small working output to succeed. [...]

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