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  • Mithusha

    September 29, 2021 at 9:37 PM

    This is a discussion regarding the thoughts on students concentrating on all subjects is important, and on the other handful, people believe focusing on the subject where it is his/her strong suit is the best to practice. In this essay, I will discuss both sides of the argument and give my own point of view.

    Nowadays, parents and teachers think that all-around development is important to children and they force the child to focus on all the subjects from their school, even though when the child is not interested. For example, many parents focus on scoring the highest marks in their examinations and on being competitive, this might cause a lot of stress to the child, in a long run it affects their interests in studies. Also, there is an advantage, children may be well-equipped to have the ability to enroll in a prestigious university. As a result, there are more opportunities to get a high-paying job.

    On the other hand, there are a few advantages and disadvantages of children who focus on their best subject. For instance, if children concentrate on their interesting subject, they might grow to be a professional in that field. Many reports said that when children interest in a particular subject, they do their best on their own and become a specialist in their career. However, there is a drawback. It is said that when a student over focus on only one subject, there is a chance of struggling on other subjects, which eventually might lead to getting very low marks. And exposure to many important skills on survival would be missed when concentrating on only one subject.

    In conclusion, children might become specialists in their careers, if they focus on an interesting subject, but I strongly believe that focusing on all subjects is important for their development and creates various abilities to shine. This would help them towards a career in the future.

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