Do you remember when you were in Grade 3 or 4, just drawing and listening to stories?
Bloom’s taxonomy, which sounds like a floral classification, is actually an educational principle about how well you know your subject (i.e. your level of mastery).
For example, if you studied biology at a low level of mastery, that means that you barely remember what the word ‘cell’ means, but if you have a high level of mastery, you’re out there pushing the boundaries of biological knowledge with new discoveries.
It’s evident that you want a higher level of mastery than a lower level-you don’t have to be at the frontiers of human knowledge for your chemistry exam, but you should be at a high level to cope with all those curveball questions.