Where Did Michael Faraday Go to School?

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It is not very clear which school Micheal Faraday attended, but its is thought that he attended a day school where he received the most basic education on how to count, read and write. He entered the field of science in 1812 after an inspiring speech given by Sir Humphry Davy. Micheal Faraday discovered electromagnetism in 1831, which actually forms the basis of generating electrical power.
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Amazingly, Faraday was largely self-taught. He only attended school, where he studied basic subjects, until he was fourteen. He then apprenticed at a book-binder for seven years,
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Michael Farday attended Royal Institution of Great Britain but he had very little education and didn't know higher mathematics very well. Yet Faraday was one of the most influential scientist ever known.
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