The Overpressured student Many teens in high school are often stressed during their high school career. While some students feel stressed because of tests, homework, and loaded with too much criteria; many students feel stressed because they are overpressured by their parents to achieve the highest academic level and attend the finest college. A recent study conducted at New York University found that, “ Nearly half (49%) of all students reported feeling a great deal of stress on a daily basis and 31 percent reported feeling somewhat stressed. Females reported significantly higher levels of stress than males (60% vs. 41%)” (Communications, 2017). Many schools and parents brainwash their students into believing that success in life only comes with the pursuit of an education to the highest degree. The argument ‘The Overpressured Student by Richard Weissbourd, claimed that students strive to be overachievers in education which causes an imbalance in schools. By combining pathos, logos, and strong premises Weissbourd spectacularly persuades the reader.
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