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Post time 2016-3-24 14:28:14 |Display all floors
China may have the lowest college dropout rate in the world. Dropping out of college is almost unheard of.  Many students feel that they deserve a rest after years of toil needed to pass the gaokao. If a student fails a course, he is automatically given another chance to pass. The seniors have not necessarily attended the classes at all, and spend the entire year job hunting and writing graduation thesis (which is, itself, a laughable exercise in plagiarism). In fact, the country’s universities have become too easy and are producing a glut of graduates that are saturating an already dismal job market. What do you think?

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Post time 2016-3-25 21:55:59 |Display all floors
but things would change in the future ..  doesn't it ?

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Post time 2016-3-26 16:46:12 |Display all floors
Western  colleges are students  come into college easily and graduate difficultly . By  way of  contrast ,Chinese colleges are just contrary. If  we want to go to China's colleges, we need  to
join college entrance examnation .It just has  one times in
a year.Students  in china need to spend almost 10 years in
studying hard.It's a challenge for Chinese  students  to join
college entrance examnation.So I think China's colleges
are not  easy.

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Post time 2016-3-26 17:44:42 |Display all floors
Western colleges are  students go to college easily and graduate difficultly .By way of contrast,
Chinese colleges are just  contrary.If Chinese students want to go to college,they need to join the college entrance examnation.It has only one
times in a year. Chinese students need to spend
almost 10 years studying hard. It's a challenge
for students in China to join the college entrance
examnation.And students'burden is very heavy.
So I think China's colleges are not easy.

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Post time 2016-3-26 20:02:16 |Display all floors
Batty Post time: 2016-3-26 16:46
Western  colleges are students  come into college easily and graduate difficultly . By  way of  cont ...

The Chinese National College Entrance Exam may be hard, but it seems to be a national practice to cheat. It’s so bad that Chinese education authorities have flown drones over testing centers to scan for signals being sent to devices that were sneaked in.

Sure some western colleges are easy to get but some are extremely difficult (i.e. MIT, Harvard ...) What the easy colleges does is give a chance for kids to redeem themselves. Maybe they didn't have the best home life, or for one reason or another they didn't apply themselves to study like they should have. But now that they're older, they will study and complete their studies.

Here is question for you guys; which medical doctor would you rather go and see? One that got into a hard school that just pushes the graduate along? Or a school that makes them work their butt off to graduate? I know which one I prefer.

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Post time 2016-3-27 06:00:09 |Display all floors
And all those who graduate leave with exactly the same score, no knowing which were good and which were bad, shocking system.

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futsanglung Post time: 2016-3-27 06:00
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