TOEFL Essay Topic 107 - Some people believe that a college or university education should be available to all students. Others believe that higher education should be available only to good students. Discuss these views. Which view do you agree with? Explain why.
It is often argued that, because education resources are limited, college training should be accessible primarily to the talented. On
It is often argued that, because education resources are limited, college training should be accessible primarily to the talented. On the other hand, many people believe that the opportunity to receive a college education should be open to all those who have completed high school. I agree that college education should be open to all the students who have completed high school.
Primarily it is natural to think that college training should be accessible to the talented only cause the education resources are limited. Talented students can contribute a very good output to the nation and the nation earns more and more. The country has chosen all the talented students for its development so it can raise its standard easily cause talented students can give various sourceful branches for the welfare of the nation. So, I think only talented students should be involved in college education. On the other hand, if all the high school completed students are involved in college, nation will gain high, may be 100% literacy but not good output. So, it may lead to much unemployment and competition may be gigantic.
But in my opinion, each student has a right to receive opportunities. So, the college should be opened to all those who have completed high school. Talented persons can be sorted out from a mass easily. This leads to high literacy rate of the nation. Every human being has a special quality in it, it is only the opportunities that sorts it out as talented or average. A person who has scored high % in university doesnt account for his goodness in other fields such as sports, speech, administration, leadership etc. which are very essential and has equal importance in every field. If a group of talents are involved for a similar work, the other parts of the development of the country may be lagging behind. So, I think every high school completed students must be enrolled in colleges. If not done so, the government may face a great problem of unemployment and poverty. Students in college will have various choices and various subjects to build up their career which helps in building a good nation.
Finally, I think just as food, water, air, shelter etc is needed for all the human-beings, college study is required to all the students, because it is the human right of every student. Education is not the wealth that is given to the talented only because of limited sources but it is that light that should be disseminated to brighten the future of every eligible student.
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