This post continues the previous one I placed here yesterday.
The idiom "to study at school" means 'to attend school/to go to school/to be a student'. One cannot learn at school (there is no object in this sentence).
At the same time, we say "studying/learning at school/at home" and don't often tell the difference between these expressions.
I wonder if the verb "study" can be replaced with the "learn" in the idiom "to study at school" in the sense 'to be a student'.
Why is the "learn" used in this article? Is it possible to say "How to study effectively in medical school" (effective study grows into learning)?