1. Both the poor and the rich find the accessibility into university difficult. Do you agree or disagree?

It is tough to enter
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into
in
a
university
for both underprivileged/unfortunate and privileged/fortunate. In my opinion, I have agreed with the statement because of the strict entrance conditions of many worlds well known universities.
Firstly
, the graduate record examination requirements of the worlds well known universities, students have to take GRE test and must have to achieve a minimum GRE score in order to get
admission
in that universities if the students are failing to success in getting required GRE scores, they will not be succeeded in getting
admission
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into
in
that
university
although
they are rich or poor.
Secondly
, some universities have conditions
such
as no supplementary in the earlier examinations for students to enter into a particular discipline.
For example
, a student wants to take
admission
in the
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graduate
graduation
program
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at
in
a particular
university
, he should pass all the examinations without any supplementary up to the twelve grades in order to fill full the no supplementary requirements and
this
criterion is applied to all applicants without discriminating between underprivileged and privileged.
Finally
, every
university
has its own criteria to evaluate the student’s entrance into the particular disciplines. Some universities have compulsory professor recommendations for considering students for
admission
into particular subjects and without considering students financial status. A professor selects a student based on his capabilities
such
as educational achievements, sports, volunteer activities and research works done by the students.
This
evaluation is unbiased and completely based on the student’s past performances without considering the students are fortunate or unfortunate. In conclusion, it is not easy for underprivileged and privileged students take
admission
in
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a university
university
without fulfilling
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university
university's
universities
pre
admission
requirements.

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