jerry 17 / 10 Sep 4, 2008 #1Another oneDo you agree or disagree with the following statement: "High school should let students study what they want to study"The proposition that high schools should allow their students to study the courses that they want to study is a thought-provoking one, and one that I believe in.First, studying is best efficient when it is comfortable. Giving students chances to choose what they really interest in is a very good way to encourage their abilities to develop. It is irrefutable that students who study the courses they like will have better results than students who are assigned courses by the school.One cannot become a good cook if he or she do not interest in food at all. If one wants to succeed, he or she cannot just study but need to have enthusiasm in what he or she study.Second, no one but the students themselves know their real talents; so students should choose their own appropriate courses. Those courses will not only provide them knowledge but also help them to develop their talent. For example, students who love computer will gain far more knowledge in computer than who do not because he or she learn not only through teachers but through they talent to interact with computer as well.