At universities and colleges, sports and social activities are just as important as classes and libraries and should receive equal financial support. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

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  • B CC
    University: BH
    Nationality: China
    March 12, 2020 at 9:42 am

    At universities and colleges, sports and social activities are just as important as classes and libraries and should receive equal financial support. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

    Through a long-time hard working and a fierce competition, students get the accession to their dreaming universities and colleges. The schools will provide many resources for them, such as courses, libraries, sports complexes and social activities. Then a problem puzzling managers is raised: how to balance the investment between extracurricular activities and academic resources? In my viewpoint, sports and social activities are equally significant to classes and libraries.

    Indeed, it is widely believed that the main task of students is taking academic courses and they ought to spend all of their time on studying. But is it a good way to learn? According to an investigation, when people excessively focus on their works, the working efficiency will dramatically descend. On the contrary, a moderate relax can help people concentrate better on their tasks. Therefore, sports, communication and other activities reinvigorate students and promote efficient study. Besides, students are more likely to gain inspiration, which is conducive to assimilating knowledge, from extracurricular activities. As a result, sports and social activities are not an escape from study, but an encouragement. Students need composite schedules to study more efficiently.

    More importantly, what students need from university is not only the improvement of scholarship or philosophy, but pre-socialization. No one is an island, and none of schools is an ivory tower. For the adaptation to future social lives, students ought to learn how to deal with, communicate with and cooperate with others. Social activities are excellent opportunities for college students to take rehearsals. For instance, my roommate Ray took part in many activities in university. He joined the basketball team of our department, volunteered in nearby communities, and investigated about livelihood topics during vacations. These were highlights in his resume and helped him successfully join a renowned business company after graduation. From him, I am convinced that social activities are essential to one’s success, and not supposed to be discriminated.

    In conclusion, extracurricular activities are the catalyst for study procession and the indispensable way for the maturation of students. Universities should attach no less importance to them than academic courses.

    March 18, 2020 at 12:49 am

    Score: 41.9

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    1. About 20% of the sentences are passive. Convert them into their active counterparts.

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    B CC
    University: BH
    Nationality: China
    March 18, 2020 at 9:37 am

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    Through a long-time hard-working and a fierce competition, students get the accession to their dreaming universities and colleges. The schools will provide many resources for them, such as courses, libraries, sports complexes, and social activities. Then a problem puzzling schools’ managers arises: how to balance the investment between extracurricular activities and academic resources? In my viewpoint, sports and social activities are as significant as classes and libraries.

     

    Indeed, a popular view is that students ought to spend all their time studying. But is it a proper way to learn? According to an investigation, the excessive exposition to works could lead to the dramatic descend of working efficiency. In contrast, a moderate diversion can help people concentrate better on their tasks. Thus, sports, debates, and other activities could reinvigorate students and promote efficient study. Besides, students are more likely to gain inspiration from extracurricular activities, which is conducive to assimilating knowledge. As a result, sports and social activities are not an escape from the study, but an encouragement. A composite schedule will bring substantial benefits to learning efficiency.

     

    More importantly, what students need from university is not only the improvement of scholarship or philosophy but pre-socialization. No one is an island, and none of the schools is an ivory tower. To adapt to future social lives, students ought to learn how to deal with, communicate with, and cooperate with others. Hence, Social activities are excellent opportunities for college students to take rehearsals. For instance, my roommate Ray took part in many activities during his university period. He joined the basketball team of our department, volunteered in nearby communities, and investigated about livelihood topics during vacations. These activities highlighted his resume and helped him succeed in joining a renowned business company after graduation. No doubt, social activities are essential in students’ campus experience.

     

    In conclusion, extracurricular activities catalyze both learning and maturation process of students. Universities should attach the same importance to them as to academic resources.

    March 24, 2020 at 4:05 pm

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    B CC
    University: BH
    Nationality: China
    March 28, 2020 at 2:35 am

    Through a long-time hard-working and a fierce competition, students get the accession to their dreaming universities and colleges. The schools will provide many resources for them, such as courses, libraries, sports complexes, and social activities. Then a problem puzzling schools’ managers arises: how to balance the investment between extracurricular activities and academic resources? In my viewpoint, sports and social activities are as significant as classes and libraries.

    The view that students ought to spend all their time studying is popular. But is it a proper way to learn? According to an investigation, the excessive exposition to works could constrain the working efficiency. The longer, the lower. In contrast, a moderate diversion can help people concentrate better on their tasks. Sports, debates, and other activities are able to reinvigorate students in high-efficiency study. Besides, students are more likely to gain inspiration from extracurricular activities, which is conducive to assimilating knowledge. As a result, sports and social activities are not an escape from the study, but an encouragement. A composite schedule will bring substantial benefits to learning efficiency.

    Furthermore, what students need from university is not only the improvement of scholarship or philosophy but pre-socialization. No one is an island, and none of the schools is an ivory tower. To adapt to future social lives, students ought to learn how to deal with, communicate with, and cooperate with others. Hence, Social activities are excellent opportunities for college students to take rehearsals. For instance, my roommate Ray had taken part in many activities during his university period. He joined the basketball team of our department, volunteered in nearby communities, and investigated about livelihood topics during vacations. These activities highlighted his resume and helped him succeed in joining a renowned business company after graduation. No doubt, social activities are essential in students’ campus experience.

    In conclusion, extracurricular activities catalyze both learning and maturation process of students. Universities should attach the same importance to them as to academic resources.

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 1 day ago by Lin QiuLin Qiu.
    March 28, 2020 at 10:43 pm

    Score: 41.4

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    B CC
    University: BH
    Nationality: China
    March 29, 2020 at 2:53 am

    Through a long-time hard-working and fierce competition, students get the accession to their dreaming universities and colleges. The schools will provide many resources for them, such as courses, libraries, sports complexes, and social activities. Then a problem puzzling schools’ managers arises: balancing the investment between extracurricular activities and academic resources. In my viewpoint, sports and social activities are as significant as classes and libraries.

     

    The view that students ought to spend all their time studying is popular. But is it a proper way to learn? According to an investigation, the excessive exposition to works could constrain the working efficiency. The longer, the lower. In contrast, moderate diversion can help people concentrate better on their tasks. Sports, debates, and other activities can reinvigorate students in the high-efficiency study. Besides, the inspiration from extracurricular activities is conducive in assimilating knowledge. As a result, sports and social activities are not an escape from the study, but an encouragement. A composite schedule will bring substantial benefits to learning efficiency.

     

    Furthermore, what students need from universities is not only the improvement of scholarship or philosophy, but pre-socialization. No one is an island, and none of the schools is an ivory tower. To adapt to future social lives, students ought to learn how to deal with, communicate with, and cooperate with others. Hence, Social activities are excellent opportunities for college students to take rehearsals. For instance, my roommate Ray had taken part in many activities during his university period. He joined the basketball team of our department, volunteered in nearby communities, and investigated about livelihood topics during vacations. These activities highlighted his resume and helped him succeed in joining a renowned business company after graduation. No doubt, social interactions are essential in students’ campus experience.

     

    In conclusion, extracurricular activities catalyze both the learning and maturation process of students. Universities should attach the same importance to them as the academic resources.

    March 29, 2020 at 3:02 am

    Score: 40

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