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      TThomas Edison, arguably the most successful inventor in US history, was kicked out of school because he seemed unable to concentrate. Winston Churchill, perhaps the most important statesman of the 20th century, was regarded by his family as an academic embarrassment. Albert Einstein, one of the most influential physicists who ever lived, failed to earn a sufficiently high examination score to gain admission to polytechnic school.

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