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8. Many people say that universities should only offer places to young students with highest marks, while others say they should accept people of all ages, even if they did not do well at school. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

Although it seems reasonable to believe that tertiary education quotas should be offered for only top scored young students, this is not always as viable as it sounds. As far as the question of university’s entry requirements is concerned, it may not be possible to consider it by only academic results and ages. It often takes other measures to get a results. In this essay, both of the arguments surrounding this issue of students under-graduates’ recruitment will be discussed.

To subscribe to the belief that students with higher grades are more deserved to attend university because they are likely to handle the immense workload and pressure at of university education, may not be generalizable to a broader range. For example, this assumption does not to rule out the influence of other factors to succeed at university. Because, it is immensely important to bear in mind the true prevalence of concentration and devotion of study that can bring good results to the students of all ages regardless their previous academic performances the principle of education that should be accessible for all. Therefore, the lack of a standardized factor makes it difficult to accept this notion with confidence.

makes it difficult to accept this notion with confidence. On this occasion, it is essential to
makes it difficult to accept this notion with confidence. On this occasion, it is essential to

On this occasion, it is essential to bear in mind the possibility of maintaining a diverse student community at university irrespective to their ages and academic results. that everyone can be accessible to higher education levels. Unfortunately, this notion can be an example of fuzzy thinking. Because, it is possible to hypothesize that a group of students with lower grades is less likely to achieve their qualifications without willingness and dedication. For example, most students who have inferior academic skills during their high schools may have profound difficulty to succeed in higher education. This suggests a weak link may exist between enrolling students with poor academic performances and attaining educational success.

But is it the whole story? What about the effect of distance or online university degrees courses that can be offered to any student supported by governments?

As this and other claim and suggest, ensuring tertiary education for all is a battle of many fronts.

Lastly, the combination of these arguments provides some supports for the conceptual premise that considering both students of all ages with good and poor academic results and other performance’s skills can outset an ideal premise for education betterment in the university level. Therefore, in my view, both all these requirements needs to be given the importance in as well as alternative learning methods such as open universities can be introduced on this regard.

9. Many university students live with their families, while others live away from home because their universities are in different places. What are the advantages and disadvantages both situations.

There are varying opinions about the benefits of students to stay with their family during studying in higher education levels, while many people say that studying in different universities away from their home is more convenient. In this essay, the benefits and drawbacks of the two options will be discussed.

Much of the creditability of living with families when going to local universities can be attributed to minimize their expenditure such as rent, utility bills and renovations. Perhaps, staying with families offer prevalence for parents’ supervision that helps students focus on their studying. Not to mention that while studying in a familiar area, students do does not need to adapt their life styles too much compare to distant universities. But, it is important to bear in mind the possible drawbacks of living with their parents. For example, undergraduates living with their families may have profound difficult to face with the immense workload and pressure of university education strict supervision, which can be restricting and frustrating at times.

On this occasion, it is essential to bear in mind the advantages of living away from their parents for higher further education. Because, it is possible to hypothesize that most students who choose to study in different cities are more likely to accomplish the competency of facing with difficult times that in turns helps them to develop a sense of to shoulder more duties and responsibilities that is much needed in their post-education life. without the support from their family.

Nevertheless, living alone cannot escape the criticism of homesick experience. Because, it would not be exaggerating to say that facing with unpleasant situations alone can put students under great pressure, which may result in stress-related illness to adversely affect their academic results. This suggests a comparative advantages of living with their beloved ones that a student can overcome easily consult with whenever they are facing any difficult situations with the support of family members.

To conclude, I would like to say that both options have their own advantages and disadvantages. Therefore, considering the right option depends on individuals’ decision and financial support that is essential for getting optimal results.

support that is essential for getting optimal results. 10. Education for young people is important in

10. Education for young people is important in many countries. However, some people think that the government should spend more money on education in adult all populations who cannot read and write. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Nowadays, adult illiterate rates, especially in under-developed countries have been at the center of much attention. Some people say that a better way to improve this situation is to allocate more money for educating illiterate adults rather than young generation. However, I think this claim fails to consider several key factors, on the basis of which it could be evaluated.

Firstly, the argument readily assumes that because of the shortage main of government budgets that are generally aimed at youths education, underdeveloped countries are having profound difficulty to spend more funding on improving adult illiterate rates. However, this is an inconsistency with this notion. Because, it is possible to hypothesize that education is essential for young people who are they main driving forces of a country’s socio-economic development, so their education should be prioritized over others accessible for all. This intriguing idea opens the door to question about the practicability of balancing the governments’ budgets seamlessly towards education betterment for educating both young and adult learners.

Nevertheless, the argument cannot escape the criticism of neglecting other measures to reduce high levels of adult illiteracy illiterate adults. Because, it would not to be exaggerating to say that setting up distant or on-line learning centers in rural areas can help people to access basic education with low investments. In that essence, simple online teaching learning approaches is a true gainer in reducing adult illiteracy illiterate rates. This again constitutes a fundamental confusion about how worthy it is to neglect these alternative measures and focus on only providing expensive conventional classroom based formal education to adults.

In conclusion, the argument is flawed for the above mentioned reasons and is therefore convincing. In conclusion, allocating more budgets for adult education can be a unrealistic solution to reduce the overall illiteracy of a country as it may not bring a cost effective solution. Therefore, I cannot agree that state funding should not allocate most of the budget allow an adequate amount of money for the education of both the youth and literate adults.

allocate most of the budget allow an adequate amount of money for the education of both
allocate most of the budget allow an adequate amount of money for the education of both
allocate most of the budget allow an adequate amount of money for the education of both
allocate most of the budget allow an adequate amount of money for the education of both
allocate most of the budget allow an adequate amount of money for the education of both