Essays by bijaksana


November 24th, 2014

Universities offer a broad range of study options. Nowadays, one can see that a single university can offers a variety of study programs from engineering, science, medical, to arts. Oftentimes, certain university requires its students to take courses outside the students' field of study. For example, a mechanical engineering students have to take several courses provided by mining engineering major. Some people believe that such policy is not necessary, while others believe that the students actually need supplemental courses provided from outside their major.

The memorandum proposed that most costumers are either unable to distinguish butter from margarine, or use the term ‘butter’ to

November 23rd, 2014

The memorandum proposed that most costumers are either unable to distinguish butter from margarine, or use the term ‘butter' to refer to both butter and margarine for the fact that the replacement of butter to margarine did not affect the customers' satisfaction significantly. However, upon looking the facts that are presented by the argument, one would also think that there should be another explanation besides the lack of costumers' understanding.

In almost every aspect of life, including problems on national scale, there is always a discrepancy in determining whether one

November 23rd, 2014

In almost every aspect of life, including problems on national scale, there is always a discrepancy in determining whether one should focus on solving today's problem or preparing for the future problems. Both options have their benefits and drawbacks. Solely focusing on solving present problems may leave us unprepared for the problems of the future. Likewise, over-anticipating for future problems will lead us to neglect the present problems. Governments, as an entities who are in charge of maintaining the nation, should be aware of this reality and carefully make decision to focus on which problems.

A Sample Essay of Different Topic

November 23rd, 2014

The article suggests that the people who sleep less than 6 hours per night are more productive since the executives who do so had higher profit margins and faster growth. However, the suggestion from the article has to be evaluated before regarded as legitimate since the author of the article used assumptions that could affect the strength of his/her argument about hiring people with certain amount of sleep.

Government Judgment VS Public will

November 23rd, 2014

The statement recommends how the government official should behave in certain circumstances. There are many situation of which the judgment of the government officials contrast with public's will and opinion. The most common example is the frequent rise in gasoline price. Public contend that the gas price should not rise, since it will make the price of other commodities rise as well. The government, on the other hand, thinks that the rise of the gas price is necessary to save the nation's economy.

Blue City Highway

November 20th, 2014

The letter states that the addition of a bicycle lane on Blue Highway will reduce the rush hour traffic since many residents will use bicycle to commute. Before deciding whether or not the proposed solution will be fruitful, several evidences related to the claims in the letter need to be evaluated.

Effective Leader

November 20th, 2014

To define what must be done by political leaders in order to be effective, the term effective leader must be defined first. The effective leader is one whom under his reign, his or his organization's (in this case, people) objectives are achieved, respected by his subordinates, and able to protect his subordinate and organization. In addition, an effective political leader has to ensure that his people attain better life quality under his rule.


November 13th, 2014

The argument believes that the large dosage of salicylates found in foods in Mentia will decline the number of headaches suffered by Mentia's citizen. With the reasoning and the data provided in the study, it seems that the argument is logical. However, the argument is based on several assumptions that have to be proved in order to ensure its validity.

Technological Innovations in Learning

November 13th, 2014

The revolution of technology in this age of information has reached almost all aspect of human life, including education. In 1990s, we can barely imagine how we would be able to access all kind of knowledge that mankind possess through some device by typing what we want to know. But now, we are able to do it with the help of internet search engine. Surely this kind of innovation will help people in studying, since the internet provides more than words to read, but also multimedia features such as video that can help students understand the subject easier.

highway safety

November 13th, 2014

The argument states that Prunty County should undertake the same road improvement project as Butler County did five years ago to improve its highway safety. The argument also provides several data that support their statement. However, before deciding to do the same project as what Butler County did, evidences about the data provided have to be examined.

nuances 2

November 12th, 2014

Basically, we can learn from people about many things, whether they agree with our views, or contradict them. By discussing with people that agree with us, we can deepen our knowledge about the view that we share. In addition, discussing with people whose views we share can strengthen our belief about our point of view. Likewise, people with contradicting views also provide us a vast amount of something to learn. While we can learn from both sides, people who disagree with us are able to provide more to learn than those who share the same views as us.

Omega Evaluation

October 31st, 2014

The argument states that Omega University should terminate their professors' evaluation by students. The argument is based from several data that need to be evaluated. Even though at a first glance the argument's given data seem to be convincing, they need further evaluation before deciding whether or not Omega University should terminate the student evaluation of professor.

Exercise, The sign of Healthy Lifestyle?

October 31st, 2014

The argument states that Nature's Way will be very successful in Plainsville because of the numerous healthy lifestyle practiced by its citizen. This argument, however, depends on several assumptions that need to be examined, since the assumptions may lead to certain implication regarding Nature's Way's success in Plainsville.

Freeing from Tuition, Towards Better Nation

October 31st, 2014

High school graduates have a chance to choose where to continue their life. From vocational education, going to college, until go straight for a job. Whatever their choice, the younger generation such as them is a priceless assets for the nation in order to build a better future. Of course, their choice will depend on their will, skill, and financial condition. Among those choices, going to college or university is considered to be the best way to continue the youths' education. University graduates will have better skill in certain field, critical way of thinking, and ultimately, better paying job than high school graduates, which is a desirable trait.

Schools, Academic, and non-Acedemics

October 26th, 2014

Schools are the places in which education is being held. Academic education, while commonly thought to be the indicator of school's quality in teaching, is not the only thing that students need in order to prepare themselves in adulthood. Surely the life in society will mostly not consist of mathematical equation, taxonomic name of marine animals, or even the theory of relativity. Another aspects besides academic are also needed by the students in facing real life's complexities, such as socializing skills, etiquette, time management, empathy, and how to maintain healthy body and relationship with people.

The Arctic Deer Declining Population

October 23rd, 2014

The stated argument, at the first glance, seems very intuitive by directly relating the global warming to the decrease in arctic deer's population. Left unchecked, the argument may be misleading, since the decrease of deer's population and its relation with global warming need a further evidence examinations in order to make sure that the argument is strong enough to be defended.

Government’s Art Funding

October 23rd, 2014

It is true that some artists with undiscovered talents, may be existing in the midst of our society unbeknownst to people because there is no one who want to endorse them. What they need is a bit financial support in order to help them publish their work of art. The statement implies that the government may be the one who can endorse those artists with good, but unrecognized talents, while indicating that the funding of the government may threaten the integrity of the arts. Though seems to be contradictory, in some cases, the statement may be true and happens in our daily life. There is no bad thing about the government funding the arts, even though that in some degree, its involvement may tarnish the purity of art itself.

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