*The Pressures of College Student*s Nowadays,college students have to face a number of pressures.For example,they have to face economic problem.When going to college,they and their families have to pay a lot of money for tuition,books,housing,and other school costs.That is a big problem for the poor students.So,they try to find some part-time jobs to earn money to support their study and families.They try to study and work.They worry about their future.The more they study and work,the more they feel stressful.Especially,when the price is going up,they are more and more stressful.Another example is time pressures.Being college students,they have to balance between their part-time jobs and their studies.Besides,nowadays,with the development of technology,email,and internet,they have to do everything at home more than in school.There are lots of deadline of homework,reports,and speeches,so every day they have to spend all their time and stay up late to do them.Because of having so many pressures,they feel very very stressful.They are really tired,feel sleepy and easy to suffer from digestive problems,mental disorders,or other diseases.One more example is parental pressures.The parents always hope their children will get good results in their studies and succeed in the future.So,some ask and force their children to learn so much.In conclusion,with so many pressures ,college students have been encountering with a lot of problems and trying to overcome by themselves to get good results and succeed in the
Students committing to the college of their choice are unaware of the peer pressures that arise when one attends school. Many may feel as though peer pressures tend to happen more often when one lives on campus, but it can occur off campus too. For example, peer pressures can lead to partying, drinking and drugs. The want to attend class is a daily pressure because there aren’t any consequences when no attending. Another main college pressure is financial stress.
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Filipinos hold close several values. One of them is education. We have complete faith in formal schooling as we have the notion that to be educated is to have a better life. Education is regarded as a gateway to improving our social and economic status.….
Students go home to parental pressure
Going home from college for a weekend or the holidays helps ease the stress of academics, but also brings about the inevitable questions from friends and family regarding school.
Students spend time with their families and escape their academic worries.
However, when students return to campus, they can bring back more than they bargained for.
Some students feel pressure from their parents to succeed and returning home reminds them of that pressure.….
PRESSURES FACED BY COLLEGE STUDENTS
College life is often a stressful time. Nowadays college students face numbers of pressures. Most college students experience a great deal of stress dealing with their academic performance and financial status. Furthermore, college students often engage in multiple activities outside school which is certainly a stress for most students. In conclusion, college life is quite challenging, but it makes us quite disciplined.
The pressure to perform academically is….
Pressures of a First Time College Student
College can be an overwhelming experience for many students. Freshman’s entering college for the first time can become overwhelmed within their first semester. Students may experience many pressures through their college career; parental, self-induced, and time management. Whether it’s the work load or the many pressures, college can be a scary and exciting time for any student.
Parental pressure can cause severe stress. Students become torn, part….
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In the United States, college is a journey that can teach students some of the most important lessons that they will carry throughout their lives. Author William Zinsser write in his essay “ College Pressures ” that students can face a wide variety of pressures like parental, economical to even the most common type, self induced pressure. Although college is supposed to help students develop as individual people, they are placed into an environment that is extremely….
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William Zinsser’s in his essay “College Pressure” published 1979, describes the pressures Yale students have economic, parental, and peer/self- induced. He says that these pressures make students afraid to take a risk and to try to take different paths. He wants them to believe in themselves and to try to enjoy their time in college. I have been a student at Reedley Community College for two years and the pressure I experience as a student and a mother….
Students all over the world are facing different kinds of difficulties while their studies at university. Reasons for that can be very different from student to student. For example, pressure from parents, problems with financial situation or doing homework etc. For some students college pressure is too high and even unbearable sometimes.
Parental pressure is an actual topic for students in all countries all over the world. For the centuries, parents are always trying to do good….
“College Pressures” by William Zinsser, the master of Branford College, one of the Residential colleges at Yale University, details the various types of stresses that today’s college students encounter. Zinsser claims that there are four different kinds of pressure: economic, parental, peer, and self-induced. The economic pressures are due to the ever-increasing high cost of a college education and the desire to get out of college with as little debt accrued as possible. Economic pressure is tied….
In the article, College Pressures, William Zinsser shows parents the burdens that college students have while they are in school. In the essay he states the four pressures that the students face: economic, parental, peer, and self-induced.
The reader can be easily confused when Zinsser first begins the essay. It starts off with someone writing notes to someone else, but who is speaking? Zinsser then follows this by fully explaining who is writing the notes, a student, and….