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Why are women better learners than men?

Apr 13, 2015

Category: Career Development

The statistics speak for themselves, research has shown that women appear far more committed to learning and do better at studying than their male counterparts. It may seem a harsh statement but it’s the truth. Here are ten other facts which may surprise you.

  1. More women attend college than men. In 2012 statistics from the Australian Education Department revealed that 60% of students who graduated from a university were women.
  2. More women attend college than men. In 2012 statistics from the Australian Education Department revealed that 60% of students who graduated from a university were women.
  3. Research carried out by the ‘Journal of Intelligence’ showed that women score better in timed tests which indicate they can absorb information faster and quicker.
  4. Women are better learners. A report by Edge Hill University in England showed that females are more successful at sharing ideas and experiences with each other and so learn more efficiently than men.
  5. Women are far more organised under pressure and adopt better attention to detail when studying. Research by UK Psychologists in a paper submitted to the British Medical Council’s ‘Psychology Journal’ showed that men are more impulsive when faced with complex decision making. This indicates that women are able to stop and think in tricky situations.
  6. Women have sharper minds. A study by Vanderbilt University in America showed women score better in timed intelligence tests than men.

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