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Sticking with your first answer

One study found that 75 % of college students and 55 % of instructors believe that changing their initial answer would lower their score overall.

A review of 33 studies found that, on average, people who change their answers score higher on tests than those who don’t. 

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Sometimes the most important life lessons are the ones we end up learning the hard way.

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