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Gi i đ thi IELTS Writing task 2 ngày 07/07/2018ả ề
Bài m u tham kh oẫ ả
It is true that university education plays a vital role towards each individual’s professional life.
While many people think that only young students with good grades should enter universities, I
am more convinced that tertiary education should be made accessible to everyone even when
they do not perform well.
On the one hand, the main reason why universities should be limited to young students with high
marks only is that a good academic result can reflect students’ ability and determine whether or
not they can fit in the academic environment at university. If students have
not acquired sufficient knowledge at high school, they are possibly not qualified for the next
level education. In addition, a focus on high-ranking students at a young age allows the
governments to concentrate their resources towards the development of high quality personnel.
In other words, rather than taking risks in training students of mixed abilities, the states can
mobilize resources to create a more favorable learning environment with improved education
quality, better research capacity and facilities for a selected group of high-potential individuals.
On the other hand, I embrace the idea of making universities accessible for everyone, regardless
of their age and learning capacity. By no means should a person be denied the benefits of higher
education because of their age, for educational attainment is a critical factor behind upward
income mobility in particular and social mobility in general. Additionally, it is true that high
school students take a wide range of classes. For this reason, many students may end up having
poor overall results, but in some certain subjects their marks might be extraordinarily high. For
example, my friend performed very badly at Natural Subjects such as Math or Physics, making
her average score disappointedly low when she left high school. However, she was excellent at
English and became top students when entering university. Therefore, people like my friend
should be allowed to take advantage of their strengths and join in specialized courses at