Is Chinese education justified?
By Bruce Guo
August 2, 2011 8:16pm CST
I'm now studying in Hebei province, China. I have always been skeptical towards the education I received in my university. I don't know where to go. To take the post graguate exam or just find a job first. I am standing in a crossroad. Who can tell me what I should do?
4 Aug 11
Well, it's all up to you which one you like. When I graduated from college I really don't want to study more 'cause I find so hard studying in school especially during exams. I look for a job right after graduation and was excited then for having money of my own. Don't know which one I'm gonna buy first when I receive my first salary. Working is another step of my life.It's a kinda fun and full of adventure.
4 Aug 11
it's your decision at the end of the day and you just need to decide if you are prepared to go through MORE schooling, or whether you'd like to get into the big bad world. your 21 right? i'll be 25 my next birthday, and let me tell you.. things get prettty damn hard the next few years, being 21 was a great time, but the minute you take that step into the adult world, away from the partying of being 18, 19, 20, 21 etc? you'll get your eyes opened.. so do you want to stay young a bit longer? or are you ready to be an adult? thats what you need to think about to make your decision!
4 Aug 11
Hi! The same to you, I study in China too. From my perspective, Chinese education is not justified. Such education is different from what it supposed to be. It is exam-oriented education rather than socalled quality-oriented education. I'm dispointed at such edcation. So, I think it is unnecessary to continue the education. If you want to learn, then learn after your work time. Though not graduate from college, I already had my direction. After graduation I will find a job.At the same time, I will study what interests me by myself. Hope it will help you.