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Suppose that either under the influence of your own convictions and interests, the agitation of parents, relatives and friends and convinced of the benefits of scientific happiness, you are obsessed with the desire to improve your social status with the help of scientific degrees and titles. However, you are constrained by uncertainty in your abilities and capabilities. Or, because of ignorance of the methodology and technology of graduate and doctoral studies, preparing and defending a dissertation, you doubt that scientific peaks are accessible to you, and you are afraid of unexplored ways.
And how to write a persuasive essay? Drop such harmful doubts away. Not gods burn pots and do not write theses of geniuses. This is done by ordinary ordinary people of average and sometimes below average abilities. Abilities are distributed more or less evenly, almost all are born equally talented. It’s not about innate abilities, but about diligence. It is diligence and perseverance that is ability. No wonder they say: “One percent of talent and ninety-nine percent of patience is your genius.” And almost everyone has one percent of talent. As for talents and geniuses, who sometimes, though extremely rarely, still occur, they stand out from the general mass of applicants for a degree so much that they have no need to prove their exclusivity with dissertations. Dissertations are talented people still defend, but most often already becoming recognized scientists or being close to that.
Well, what about the deep-rooted ideas, the essence of which is expressed in populist slogans: “The path to science is only gifted”, “We are looking for talents”? The presence of such statements is the inevitable costs of scientific embellishment, peculiar not only to scientists, but also to many simply ignorant people. It is not excluded that the scientists themselves, who have already broken into science, intensively implant such “horror stories” in order to exalt themselves, to emphasize their own dignity. It should also be borne in mind: bravura exclamations about the fact that science is the abode only for exceptional, selected people, borrowed mainly from the arsenal of journalists, television reporters and all sorts of journalists who are very far from science, have a vague idea of ​​the true appearance, springs and action mechanism of scientific advancement. Who needs exclusivity in the country and in the system, whose main principle is equality?
We note, moreover, that talent often manifests itself unexpectedly; individual brilliant scholars did not succeed in school and at the institute. Why not proceed from the assumption that you belong to this cohort?