Here is a classic example of how you can achieve even though resources seem short - Hermann Vol Helmholtz, scientist from the past, found that his teachers at school were not teaching well enough to satisfy his intelligence so he read scientific books in his spare time. His father did not have enough money to send him to further education that Hermann wanted so he found a government funded program for the talented. In the end Hermann got what he wanted. Hermann contributed to psychology by formulating theories such as auditory perception and colour vision.
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