-teenagers are mainly secondary students and their ages are mainly 13-17. -their burdens are not only their homework and extra-curricular activities, but also their curriculum. -according to a survey conducted by Hong Kong University , about 80% students think that they need to face a lot of challenges about their examinations . -the survey also reveals that Chinese, English and mathematics are their main problems. They think that these are very difficult to manage. -for form 5 and 7 students, they need to face HKCEE and HKAL examination which can influence their future. 2) Peer pressure
- Peers influence your life, even if you don't realize it, just by spending time with you. You learn from them, and they learn from you. It's only human nature to listen to and learn from other people in your age group. - Sometimes peers influence each other in negative ways. For example, a few kids in school might try to get you to cut class with them, your soccer friend might try to convince you to be mean to another player and never pass her the ball, or a kid in the neighborhood might want you to shoplift with him. - For example, just because we don't like the current teen fashion does not mean that we have to fight it. When everyone at school is wearing jeans that are five times too big for them, and your teen wants to also, you can cut them some slack. But, if everyone is wearing these jeans down around their knees, you have a battle. - We are all susceptible to the negative influence of others. We get pushed into rushed decisions by peer pressure and find ourselves in trouble as a result. 3) Parental pressure
-Parents who put excessive pressure on their daughters/sons to perform well at school could be putting them at greater risk of attempting suicide, US researchers suggest. -The chances of a student making an attempt on their life rise significantly when the pressure to put in ¡§a stellar performance¡¨ comes...
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