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Young Scientists: Don’t Just Keep Reading

Extensive reading also becomes counterproductive when there is no implementation of knowledge.

Getting results is important if one needs to build confidence and see the visible manifestation of one’s hard work.

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Patience is the key to achieve your goals.

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