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Issue 55.2 - Issue 55. "Competition for high grades...

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Issue 55. "Competition for high grades seriously limits the quality of learning at all levels of education." Syllabus: Position: competition does more good than harm to people who are studying something. First, competition for high grades is a great stimulus for students to study hard. Second, competition at school prepares students for intensely competitive job market and other challenges. Third, it is a misconception to highlight high marks and meanwhile to neglect the study itself. Conclusion: omitted. Content: Nowadays, kinds of certificates are present in people's lives, and various educational systems are often accompanied fierce competition. A highlight of such phenomena is the chase for high grades in examinations or assignments, and no student shall deny such a fact in high schools or colleges . Some people think that competition for high grades prevents students as well as other people from learning efficiently to a great extent; however, from my point of view, competition does more good than harm to people who are studying something. In the first place, competition for high grades is a great stimulus
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2008 for the course PFG 103 taught by Professor Xdf&ets during the Spring '08 term at Alabama.

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