Both the poor and the rich find the accessibility into university difficult. Do you agree or disagree?
40 minutes, 250 words at least.
In the modern era, while the poor find it difficult to study in
the a university since it has a high fee structure, the wealthy, despite a large amount of money, (This is an interruptor – despite ……) doesnot do not (subject-verb disagreement) work hard to enroll in it university.
Nowadays, universities‘ fees are very high, therefore, students from a poor background cannot study. (The sentence is too simple. Nothing wrong in that. But, it sounds very similar to the sentence in the introduction. Let us change it a bit to sound a bit different. Nowadays, the prohibitively high fees structure of various university courses prevents the students from a poor background from enrolling in these courses.) This compels youngsters to
leave behind abandon (LR) the dream of study in a reputed university and take admission in a college to pursue further (unnecessary word. LR.) tertiary education. For example, the WHO has reported that the fees for courses such as mechanical engineering and hotel management in the Waterloo University are is two times higher as compared to that of George Brown College. (Good example with proper context.) Therefore, it is difficult for a poor student to study at the University. Moreover, many poor students are unable to crack the entrance exam since they didn’t studied (don’t use past form of a verb with DID. Grammar issue.) didn’t study in good schools which provides provide (subject-verb disagreement) them quality education to crack competitive these exams hence (The sentence should end here. Wrong punctuation.) . Hence, it is difficult for them to clear the (You’re not talking about a specific entrance exam.) entrance exams (You’ve already mentioned this “crack these exams“) and get admission in university for higher studies. The University of Sheridan, in Canada, accept only those students in MBA course who have cleared the entrance exam such as CAT, MAT, and GATE. On the flip side (This is not the flip side. Choose words carefully. This is not the opposite.) On the other hand, though the rich students have the opportunity to study in a university because their parents can easily afford the fee . T , they (Wrong punctuation: though X, Y) do not work study hard in studies and, thus, find it difficulty to accessible secure admission in to a university. They engage themselves in enjoyment such as party parties with friends and go to clubs and they neglect their instead of focusing on studies (Instead is a better device than and in this context.). They think to get admission in a university, one should be financially strong, but many universities accept those students who are sincere and hardworking. For example, in India, despite rich families, children one cannot get easily accessibility admission to study in AIMS university. They accept only scholars academically superior students so that they can provide hardworking doctors to the nation. (You’ve written enough. Do not overwrite and expose your weaknesses.) Furthermore, in the current scenario, many youngsters prefer to study in universities to get proficient knowledge in their respective field from renowned lecturers. Therefore, the waiting list is long since a number of students wait for many years who wants to study in university. This makes difficult for a rich to find accessibility into University.
In conclusion, though rich can afford the University fee, it is not easy for them to get admission because some universities prefer students who have cleared
the entrance exams. (Not a strong conclusion. Where are the poor students? Thus, the university education is accessible neither to the rich nor to the poor partly due to high fees and partly due to superior academic requirements of institutions.)