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Name: Ngo Ha Vu
Joined: Sep 27, 2014
Last Post: Nov 28, 2015
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From: Viet Nam
School: Quy Nhon

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ngohavu   
Nov 28, 2015
Writing Feedback / Universities or some vocational courses for students? [5]

@halokenisis, i really appreciate if you can give me further feedbacks on this essay? i've edited it.

The issue of whether students should enroll in vocational courses instead of universities or not has been heated constantly. Although there remains some valid arguments to the contrary, i am convinced that students graduating from vocational schools seem to have better opportunities than university graduates in the fierce labor market these days.

On one hand, entering universities or colleges has become a prevalent and publicly recognized phenomenon, behind which certain reasons lie. After getting their high school diplomas, students usually desire to pursue higher education level. The explanation for this prominent trend is that students seem to be inculcated the idea of getting more white-collar and higher-paying jobs with an university degree. In addition, the number of universities has sky-rocketed over the past decade in an attempt to universalize tertiary education; therefore, students now can easily get a seat in universities than ever before.

On the other hand, taking vocational training can bring about certain advantages. It is an indisputable fact that students who enroll in vocational courses certainly accrue a host of practical experiences,therefore, easily to get along with and perform efficiently in their future working environment. For example, after graduating from a vocational school, a student whose major is electrical engineering is supposed to acquire not only in-depth knowledge about electricity but also technical skills to work with all manners of electronic devices, giving him foremost advantages in comparison with those who just get themselves exposed to mere theory. Also, vocational schools play an important role in supplying a large quantity of competent workers to fulfill manual employment vacancies that are usually abandoned by university graduates.

In conclusion, although tertiary education seems to be a satisfactory choice for a number of students, it is an undeniable fact that vocational training is a more practical choice. Students from vocational courses are more likely to be equipped with sufficient and efficient skills to enter the harsh labor market nowadays.
ngohavu   
Nov 28, 2015
Writing Feedback / Universities or some vocational courses for students? [5]

thanks alot. it's very kind of you to give me useful feedbacks. I am going to take the ielts exam next year, and i am so nervous. can you tell me how many marks i might get from this essay?
ngohavu   
Nov 27, 2015
Writing Feedback / Universities or some vocational courses for students? [5]

The issue of whether students should enroll in vocational courses instead of universities or not has been heated constantly. Although there remains some valid arguments to the contrary, well-qualified workers appear to have better opportunities than university graduates in the fierce labour market these days.

On one hand, after getting their highschool diplomas, students usually desire to pursue higher education level while recklessly disregarding vocational schools. The explanation for this prominent trend is that students seem to be inculcated the idea of getting more decent and higher-paying jobs with an university degree. In addition, the number of universities has been rocketing over the past decade in an attempt of universalizing tertiary education. As a consequence, students are more likely to have a wide selection of colleges and universities that match their needs and abilities.

On the other hand, taking vocational training can bring about certain advantages.
It is an indisputable fact that students who enroll in vocational courses appear to accrue a host of practical experiences, therefore, easily to get along with and perform efficiently in their future working environment. Also, vocational schools play an important role in supplying a large quantity of competent workers to meet the demand of the society.

In conclusion, although tertiary education seems to be a satisfatory choice for a number of students, it is undeniable that vocational courses are more likely to satisfy other students. Such courses might be a more plausible alternative as long as they cultivate students with sufficient and efficient skills and knowledge to enter the present open labour market.
ngohavu   
Nov 27, 2015
Writing Feedback / IELTS-TASK2 : DISCUSSION ABOUT DRESS SMARTLY OR QUALITY OF WORK ? [2]

Therefore, dressing casually is the way of social organization to achieve a goal of mission.
> therefore, casual dressing is the way that a social organization achieves the goal of mission
Personally, it is evident that question depends on where people work and what work requirements for them
> it is kind of meaningless
ngohavu   
Sep 27, 2014
Writing Feedback / Living and working abroad is certainly a great chance for youngs to gain worth experiences [2]

As a tendency of globalization, living and working in a foreign country has become more and more popular, which has both pros and cons.
First of all, working abroad gives you more chances for career promotion because you may work with numerous world-class expert and have a more professional working environment which possesses latest technology. Furthermore, living abroad means that you experience a totally new culture containing a large number of interesting and fascinating things to learn such as special customs, local food and traditional clothing.Besides, living and working with foreigners, communicating with them everyday can help you learn or improve you language skill.In addition, working in a foreign country can be a tempting opportunity to make friends with people from over the world in that you work in a diversed culture community. However, everything has its downside, so you may face with inevitable drawbacks.One of the most disadvantage is that there is no supporting from your family and your friends, as a result, you feel lonely and want to come back home in first months.Besides, language barrier causes unexpected problems as misunderstanding culture. It is definately a catastrophe if you do not learn anything about the culture you have to adapt to now that you can be considered as a rude and unprofessional person and be discriminated by foreigners.

In spite of some drawbacks above, i personally believe that living and working abroad is certainly a great chance for individuals, especially the young to gain worth experiences.