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university students required to attend classes?; it should be their decision


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Sep 17, 2010, 11:06am   #1
Should university students be required to attend classes?

Some people hold the idea that it should be compulsory for all students to go to classes. Others have a converse attitude that students should be able to decide whether they want to go to class or not and that is also my point of view. I consider that self-study helps students to save time, take the initiative in managing their time study, and especially, not to be distracted by their surroundings.

First of all, there is no doubt that if going to classes is optional for students, it will be the good way to save time. They will not be stuck in traffic jams in hours to go to school. The time they use to wait for bus, or to have long walks from this campus to another for changing subjects will not be wasted. Instead, they can use these times to do exercise, take care of themselves, or take part in other helpful activities. Generally, students will have many more time for studying as well as their other personal hobbies.

Secondly, once students have right to choose whether they should attend classes or not, this will be a significant advantages for the suitable managing of their time. For instance, a student might think it is not necessary to go to certain classes. She is well aware of learning them at home as well. Therefore, a well-organized schedule is carried out with works and times in harmony. The morning is a good time for her to study math, chemistry and physics. Fifteen minutes to break for each subject is logical. And the identical order is applied for her afternoon and evening times. In recap, the initiative in controlling the time study helps students learn about how to arrange and conduct their time efficiently.

And the last is that students will not be interrupted by other students or daily trivial problems, only if going to classes is optional. While you are focusing on a lesson, for example, another student might distract you with asking for telephone number or for a date in weekend. On the other hand, studying out of class helps students to avoid these troubles. Students are all offered their own space at home, thereby the extent of concentration becomes higher, and the acquisition of knowledge is more efficient.

In conclusion, from advantages of studying out of class I have been discussed above, I assert that students should have the rights as individuals to make own decisions for attending classes. By saying that, I don't mean that going to classes is unimportant or unnecessary. What I want to say is that the liberty to choose what is good, suitable, and convenient for studying should be offered to students. Because they are those who are mature, it is their responsibility for what they do.

Thanks you guys for checking my essay.

Sep 17, 2010, 11:30am   #2
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In conclusion, from advantagesthe advantages of studying out of class Ithat I have been discussed above, I assert that students should have the rights as individuals to make their own decisions for attending classes. By saying that, I don't mean that going to classes is unimportant or unnecessary. What I want to say is that the liberty to choose what is good, suitable, and convenient for studying should be offered to students. Because they are those who are mature, it is their responsibility for what they do.
Sep 18, 2010, 12:21pm   #3
Yr last para;

In conclusion, from advantages of studying out of class I have been discussed above, I assert that students should have the rights as individuals to make own decisions for attending classes. By saying that, I don't mean that going to classes is unimportant or unnecessary. What I want to say is that the liberty to choose what is good, suitable, and convenient for studying should be offered to students. Because they are those who are mature, it is their responsibility for what they do.

I suggest;
In conclusion, I assert that university students should have the right to make their own decision whether to attend classes or not. However by saying that, I do not mean that attending classes is not important or unnecessary. What I try to stress is that the students, who are matured enough to be responsible for their own actions, should have the liberty to choose what is good, suitable and convenient for them with respect to studying.
Sep 20, 2010, 06:45am   #6
soccon36:
Thanks all you guys.
your suggestion makes my essay better.
I really like writing essays now. ^^



Hi Luu,

Now that you think you have the knack for writing the essay, take the time to make the corrections and re-write your essay so that Kevin, myself, and some of the others can read it again. I think that you will find that it will read easier if you do re-write it.

Mark
Sep 20, 2010, 09:51am   #7
Hello. Here's my two-cents. =)

In order to have a substantial essay, you need to have balance and relevant examples. Your stand is clear but you still need to talk about both sides, the advantages and disadvantages. I know you've inserted some form of balanced opinion in the conclusion but having arguments and counter-arguments along the way would make your essay a much more enjoyable piece of writing.

Avoid using anecdotes as examples because anecdotes do not show that you have substantial evidence to support your argument. Giving examples from recognized sources would beef up your essay to make it seem more credible.

In my opinion, your way of writing is very colloquial. It seems a bit too informal for an essay. So... I don't know how you can improve that because everyone has their own unique way of writing essays. But you'll get used to the formal writing style once you practise writing more essays. =)

I hope the pointers I gave you help a lot. Keep on writing! ^^

-Ida



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