I saw an interesting study this morning.
The researchers surveyed more than 3,000 college students on 29 campuses across the country.
Then they compared those survey answers with standardized test results of the same students.
Those standard tests gauged the students’ critical thinking skills… analytical reasoning skills… and writing skills.
And the survey/test combination had some shocking results…
It showed that after 2 years in college, nearly HALF the students had learned basically nothing.
And after 4 years – 36% of them had still learned nothing.
Which means even after graduating from a 4-year program… more than 1 out of every 3 people hadn’t learned a damned thing – even though they spent tens of thousands of dollars to learn something.
These weren’t “dumb” students either. Their average GPA was 3.2. Meaning the kids aren’t the problem – the education system is.
If you – or someone you love – is in a situation where you want to learn more… so you can be more, do more, and have more…
I’m making it right.
That’s because on October 8th, I’m hosting a free 10X Business Summit.
The Summit is for anyone who wants to know how to create a business that scales.
Whether you want millions… or billions…
You’ll get a better education on this free call than these students ever got in college.
Again there’s no charge for this. It’s just my way of helping and giving back.
Please register your attendance right now.
Keeping it real,
– Grant Cardone
P.S. – If you know of anyone the college system has failed, please forward this email to them now.
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