The debate "Kids are not prepared for college courses after high school because they weren't taught well" was started by
June 1, 2015, 3:29 am.
38 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 20 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Lane posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
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DanielleR123, WordSpeller, toughgamerjerry, rishab, thatjonathanguy, JMP9940, ombatra1997, barca_paaras11, Lane, Hellrazor, Katana_MC, Alex, sharan, athinus, AlenaMaisel and 23 visitors agree.
drama, PsychDave, Damn3d, bearunter, soullesschicken, Bodaciouslady16, Hanif_abdat, thatmathewguy, sabrina, sidhant, Neaa and 9 visitors disagree.
Yeah it does depend on where you went to school. The purpose of elementary, middle, and high school is to give you a general education and teach/reinforce general skills that a person needs in order to succeed through college and through life. So it depends on how hard the person actually tried in school, but maybe it is even more dependent on how good the school was. A school with good teachers will encourage and do everything in their power to try to ensure that a student is trying hard and giving their all, as well as really prepare them for college.
Far easier. **** Not fat.
From what I've heard from several students who attended my highschool, college is actually fat easier than high school. Guess it depends where you went and how hard you tried.