In today’s life, getting good grades are very important for students. As the world becomes more competitive, almost all the parents want their kids to be better than others in order to find better jobs in the future. Sometimes students become depressed from the pressure to get good grades. They believe that their future is depending on their grades. The pressure that students receive from parents and school has caused stress and many other problems. The pressure to get good grades is usually caused by parents. Parents all want their children to go to good colleges or even get scholarships. They believe that their kids must do well on every test or quiz. In order to meet parents’ expectations, students have to work extremely hard. Sometimes students feel really depressed, and depression can even lead students to illness because they spend too much time on homework without any out-door activities. Some parents begin to think about high ranked colleges when their kids just get into elementary schools. That means many kids have felt stressful at a young age. This is obviously not something parents want to see. Many young kids are being stressed in school, some of them even begin to wear glasses at a very young age. Some students want to take high-level classes. In order to do that, they have to work even harder than other students. But the problem is that not all the students are good enough to get good grades on these classes, and some of them might not be able to overcome these challenges. As a result, students might think about cheating so they can get better grades. These pressures from school definitely affect students negatively. Although many parents believe that putting some pressure on students can help them do better in school, things usually go wrong in real life. When students are in high school, they receive a lot of pressures from parents and schools because everyone wants they to get better grades so they can go to good Universities. In order to spend more time on homework, many students choose to sacrifice their sleeping time. Some students might even choose some medications to keep them stay awake. But doing it could make them feel tired in next day’s…
Causes of the Civil War Essay
The United States of America had just finished the Mexican American War which
ended with battle of Chapultepec. After this American victory Mexico signed the Treaty of
Guadalupe Hidalgo and with that gained a huge chunk of land, but with that land came
decisions. Many people would believe that after fighting a war against a common enemy the
country would unified together even greater. However it was far from unified and on the verge…
The Effects of Hair Dye
American InterContinental University
This essay is very interesting. I will discuss the effects of hair dye on the clients and stylist. A lot have happen in the society today. We as a people have modernized a lot. So as you read ahead you will see some negative and positive effects with using dye.
The invention and development of the first hair dye in the 20th century was one of the events…
George Brown College
COMM1003: English Skills
Cause and Effect Essay
The reasons for the failure of Target in Canada
February 19, 2015
“Expect More. Pay Less” is the promise from Target to their guests. Less than two years ago, Target came to Canada with their ambitious and opened the first retail store in Canada. During last two years Target had opened 133 stores in Canada. However, last month Target Canada announced they would close all of…
are very dangerous and serious. It can cause many problems in a person life without them even knowing it. It could cause problem such as physical damages to a person’s body, changes in a person’s mood and changes in the person thinking. Some people get use to drinking alcohol which can easily turn into abuse.
Alcoholism is a disease which can cause severe damages to your body and also could lead to death. For example, alcoholism causes kidney and liver problems, which could lead…
November 14, 2014
Causes of Joining the Military
There are many reasons why joining the military can be beneficial to an individual. College may not be for everyone and finding a full time job in today’s economy is not easy, so some decide to enlist in the military. Full time employment is necessary to become independent and there are many employers who only hire on a part time basis. Military service can become a fast-track to establishing independence…
Cause and Effect Essay
As a young boy growing up I would often look up to my father because he I believed he could become best friends with anyone he met. For as long as I can remember he was a little rough around the edges, but for the most part he was a very charasmatic man and had always found a way to connect with other people whether it be talking to someone while taking a stroll around the neighborhood or simply waiting in line to buy tickets…
“It is clear that fear, greed and revenge were the major factors that caused the Cold War” How far do you agree with this statement when analyzing the causes of the Cold War up to 1949?
The responsibility of the origins of the Cold War often triggers questions among historians yet both powers should be blamed for taking part in it. The origins of the Cold War can often be associated with fear, greed and revenge. Through most analyses, the fault was often given to Stalin’s ambitions to expand…
Period 2 – History III
WWI Essay – Causes of War
Even today, the causes of World War one is still being debated and the great war started 96 years ago and ended 92 years ago. Yet today after so much time the main cause of the war still remains unexposed to this day. What triggered the whole war was the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie of Austria-Hungary on June 28th 1914 by The Black Hand. The assassination happened because of feelings…
not in its causes but in its consequences.'
In today's rising society, where we experience people willing to strive to their maximum potential by any means necessary, it becomes blatantly obvious to why we often overlook the implications we inflict on others. We are sometimes aware of our actions, acting in spite or in fear, and sometimes ignorant to the situation, unaware of the consequences we deliver. The question is however – where does the importance of conflict lie – in its causes? Or in its…
Cause and Effect of Divorce
In today’s society, divorce is more the norm than ever before. Forty percent of all marriages end in divorce. Divorce defined by Webster is the action or an instance of legally dissolving a marriage. Divorce itself is both a cause and effect. There are many causes of divorce. Some of the causes happen more often than others. For instance, the most common causes of divorce are poor communication, financial problems such as lack of money, lack of commitment to marriage…