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Report programme researcher on further education Education acts as the basis of society and reflects the culture from generation to generation. Further education is affected by many different factors, ranging from financial issues, ambitions, exams, gaining qualifications and pressure. Wanting to go onto further education. Many young people have high hopes, dreams and ambitions, and like the idea of gaining further knowledge. The good thing about this is that they will boost their confidence, will live on the optimistic side of life, begin to plan their futre and will start to live independantly instead of depending on others. However, on the other hand, there are certain people that build their hopes to high, end up getting over confident and then going straight down the drain. As a result, they end up depending on others, loosing their confidence, and giving up. Pressure and support. Overall, pressure plays a big part in this and can change ones decision just like that. Many youngsters are forced to carry on with their education by parents and family, who provide them with both guidance and advice. ...read more.


Stress and exam pressure. From the day students begin Primary school, the majority of children get exams thrown in their faces are are put under the spotlight. All they get is revison, revision, and more revsion. The students also get alot of pressure thrown onto them and for sure, they do not want more exams once they are to leave school. On the other hand, some students may like the fact that they are gaining knowledge, which can be a very rare thought. To sit in the exams, students need to be confident and have the energy. A minority of students feel uncomfertable and tend to get nervous whilst getting prepared for their exams and sitting them. Some might say that the exams prepare the students for when they go for their interviews and futre tests, however, some may argure that they are totaly unnessecary and nothing but a waste of time. The lack of pressure is too much for some to cope and might end up quiting further education. ...read more.


They will complete all their exams, challenges and cope with their stress and pressure. There is also a negative side to this aspect. If a student had an ambition in mind, which many of them do, and later on, they were dissapointed because that particular course was not available or hard to find etc, they would probably give up. If a student is willing to acheive their goals, it would surley be a brilliant idea for the reason that there would be more people wanting to go onto further education. Having a goal or an ambition is deffinetly a positve thing. Overall, i think that the idea of further education is wounderful and not only will it benifit the student itself, but the society and surroundings too. The exams and pressure forced onto the students should be decreased which will make matters better. If there was a fall in fees, there would with no doubt be a huge difference. If a child were to have the correct support since the beggining of shool, and not to much pressure, it would make life so much easier because that way the student iwll boost its's confidence. ...read more.

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