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Teenagers take an injection to get good marks in South Korea

Popularity 2Viewed 1318 times 2016-5-2 09:07 |Personal category:education|System category:News| benefits, memory, injection

I’m quite surprised to see the news that teenagers take an injection to get good marks in South Korea. It is around 672 yuan per one. It is said that it benefits our brain to make its blood flow lively and in this way the memory of a kid’s could be improved. It becomes a trend to use it among teenagers in South Korea.

       Personally, I don’t believe it. Education is not something only related to activating our brain. Good grades come from your hard work and effective methods. Besides, good marks do not stand for everything. When teenagers focus on good grades in this way, it will bring them to an opposite direction in their life.

What do you think about it?

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Reply Report SEARU 2016-5-2 18:48
Any medicine is a kind of poison in some sense since that may play  negative role for your health if you take it.
So it is not wise to use chemical to improve kid‘s grade!
Reply Report samlam 2016-5-3 07:28
We should not expect to get a good grade through a simple way.
Reply Report AndrewCraven 2016-5-4 22:52
It is like our students having pills for a high grade. Those pills are considered that they can improve memorising ability.
Reply Report samlam 2016-5-5 08:37
In other words, it is a kind of drug.

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