Group Projects

Objectively, group work makes sense logically when applied to illogical systems such as groups; but fundamentally the peer review model is more practical. That is to say an individual formatting results into a composed electorate for peers makes much more sense than the streamlined and compressed method of combining the accounts of peer review and firsthand observer. Of course this view, when applied to literally any STEM major, is blown wide open by the fact that observers of the same phenomenon might have differing opinions. Ultimately I believe group work is beneficial but subsequently cutthroat.

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