Cram Schools Can´t Substitute for the Official Schools

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It is becoming increasingly common nowadays in China that students go to cram schools frequently instead of attending the official school every time when some important examinations are coming. This phenomenon happens a lot around me. Many good friends of mine, no matter whether they are good at studying or not, will chose to go to cram schools for further study. Their goals are to triumph over challenges and difficulties in study and make higher marks. However, to my surprise, having spent a lot of time and money, they made lower marks sometimes. They study very hard every time in cram schools, nevertheless, they feel worn out and always gain results, which are not satisfying. And what is also unfortunate is that their endeavors are in vain. How ridiculous it is! Cram schools should be to blame for this. Attending cram schools too much does harm to a student’s academic achievement because of its high pressure, high costs, endless boring homework,as well as the students’ lacking creativities and flexibilities. Firstly, cram school gives its students high pressure. Students who attend cram schools are supposed to study after study; also, they are expected to study against time in order to get higher grades. They’re asked by the teachers to strive hard to excel in every examination, which leaves them no spare time to develop their hobbies. According to an article called China's Cram School from Hell (Rachel Lu, 2013), a cram

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