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Nevertheless, questions still remain on the relation between learning strategies, motivation, and performance. The vast majority of previous research has adopted some form of grades (be it single grades or grade point average) or self-report measures as outcome variables.
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Working with the IT security team is a humongous task. They have to ensure that the sensitive data of the organization doesn't get breached and hence is not compromised.
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Thanks for the post. Our university also arranges penetration testing competitions to find out the vulnerability of their systems. These competitions allow younger adults to test their skills as well.
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