Monday, May 18, 2009

Tuition classes for that extra mile

The world is getting more and more competitive with every passing day and if Darwin's theory of "survival of the fittest" is to be believed then we must try to stay ahead of others. Gone are the days when 80% is considered a great score. Students today find themselves out of reckoning for a seat in a top college despite having scored more than 95%. In olden days coaching classes were meant for the benefit of those who are struggling to clear the papers and help them achieve a pass mark. But today the spirit of tuition centers has changed enormously. Parents and students believe that coaching classes outside school hours is a way of staying ahead in the race. Students tend to join private tuition centers to have an edge over the others. You also get expert faculty and value for money in these coaching centers. A popular theory in the academic domain is that students have reversed the learning process from schools to tuition centers. But some psychological experts are concerned about the effects of excess of coaching classes. They explain that too much of stress and anxiety at such a nascent age could have a negative impact on the student's performance. Whatever it is there is no respite for the students and it is a cruel life in a graceless world.


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