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Teaching at a preparatory college department as a means of adapting the student body to study loads


, : Teaching at a preparatory college department as a means of adapting the student body to study loads. Gigiena i Sanitariya (5): 36-39

Study at a preparatory college contributes to improving the functional state of the CNS, the function of the higher nervous activity, and metention of a much higher level of working capacity during the following stages of studies. It provides a gradual adjustment to the regimen of studies in a college and a shortening of the body adaptation period.


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