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A persons '''experience level''' or [[expertise]] is the amount of practical knowledge they have accumulated following ongoing involvement in an activity. This is usually reflected in their level of [[skill]], acquired as a result of the [[practice]] and repetition involved.
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A persons '''experience level''' or [[expertise]] is the amount of practical knowledge they have accumulated following ongoing involvement in an activity. This is usually reflected in their level of [[skill]] and [[ability]], acquired as a result of the [[practice]] and repetition involved.
   
 
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A persons experience level or expertise is the amount of practical knowledge they have accumulated following ongoing involvement in an activity. This is usually reflected in their level of skill and ability, acquired as a result of the practice and repetition involved.

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