Adjusting to College Students

Posted by Jeff | Friday, August 01, 2008

In our trip to Puerto Princesa City in Palawan on August 10-13, we will be presenting programs to both the high school level and college students. This will be our second time, after seven years, to present our program to college students. I remember presenting our program in 2001 to students from Rizal State University with Governor Ynares as the guest.

College students respond differently than high school students for many reasons. One is that they are more mature and think more critically. Even the subjects and the responsibilities they have in school are more challenging. It is so challenging that web sites like are present because they have a market among these more mature students. Web sites like this offer thesis writing services, assistance with making a dissertation. They even provide the option for students to buy essay that is already written out for them – and college students do bite into this, a proof of how seriously more mature students take their requirements seriously.

It is a good thing that sites like offer services that guarantee the satisfaction of their student clients and they give the student full control over their requirements. At least college students feel that they are taken seriously, too.

We hope that when we present to the two colleges lined up in our schedule on the 11th and 12th of August, our Breaking Point program team would be able to adjust well.

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