Journal15 - Whose fault? Whose fault is it if a student has...

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1 Whose fault? Whose fault is it if a student has to pay for the extra tuitions in spite of having schools? In the education system in which I have studied, we were not satisfied with the quality of the education in the schools. We had to keep tuitions to understand the subjects and pass the exams in the school. The fault can be of student if he does not pay attention in the class or it can be the fault of the professor who is conducting the class or it can be of the education system. The tuitions cost a lot though we did not have any option besides registering for different tuitions. We did not have good education in the schools get good grades in exams. The main reason for that, according to me, is the education system itself. We have a very lengthy syllabus which a student is supposed to study in 9 months. Well, 9 months are not less but the courses are also not less. We have heavy subjects like Physics, Biology, Chemistry, etc. The time table of the schools is such that every subject gets only 4-5 hours a week. In that time limit, a professor has to complete the whole subject in 9 months. It is never possible for him or her because the courses are tough enough to take
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2010 for the course ENGLISH ENG 101 taught by Professor Choi during the Spring '10 term at Abu Dhabi University.

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