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    Parental Pressure within High School Students I.     I became interested in this topic because my entire academic life has been filled with pressure from my parents. This pressure was mainly in school and grades, and in high school, the amount of pressure increased dramatically. This is because my parents now realized that everything in high school counts towards college. When I first came to high school, my grades were not as good as they were in middle school. I needed a little time to adapt to

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    Academic Cheating

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    the desired grades will only harm the student, instead of the imagined result. Prompted by a child’s inability to perform basic tasks throughout his education , academic cheating spawns numerous negative consequences. Resulting from the numerous pressures of high school, academic cheating places a large amount of stress on the minds of American teens. To begin with, low self-esteem and a lack of morals prompt a student to cheat to maintain an acceptable grade. When students pick on a less academically

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    are being forced to cope with the added stress of disgruntled parents.  More and more they are required to defend personal coaching styles and philosophies, uphold team decisions and go head to head with angry, and sometimes violent parents.  The pressure has gotten to the point where coaches all over the country are quitting or being forced out of their jobs by groups of parents.  High school athletics should be about learning and having fun, and when parents cross the line between cheerleader and

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    Stress Among College Students

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    student wants to be involved with something in order to further their education, or just have fun. There are lots of new opportunities out there. The struggle consists of demands on time, financial pressures, parental pressure and conflicts, interpersonal conflicts, managing freedom, peer and academic pressure and the transitional period to a new academic environment (Stanford University 4). All of these factors combined can cause emotional disturbances and one of the most common is stress. Stress

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    Terra-Cotta Girl

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    a Georgian like Sellers herself, has fallen in love with a “quiet girl down the hall” (9). The girl’s conservative mother “has seen to” (10) having her daughter seek for an expert help. Ungraceful, conflicted inwardly, and beset outwardly by parental pressure, the girl now waits to see a counselor. No character speaks, but the role of each is well defined. At least five characters, perhaps six, come into play: two girls, their two mothers, and one or maybe two counselors. Onstage is the “terra cotta

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    As I was writing about myself and about my parental pressure on academics I realize that the pressure from everyone in this parental pressure on academics comes from early in life for instance experts said: "Parental stress on academic achievement starts very early" (Rodham 71). Parents start worrying about their kid 's future early in life which makes them enforce some academic expectations, consequently parents do not know how this pressure affects their kids neither do experts because as I was

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    These days, there is too much pressure on children who participate in organized sports because of the unnecessary parental involvement they experience. A growing concern amongst those involved in youth sports is that certain aspects of parental involvement become detrimental to the development and experiences of young athletes. Early emphasis on winning, making money, and the disruption of education can exceedingly affect ones desire to further participate in a sport later on in his/her life.

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    Teenager's Worries

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    survey also reveals that Chinese, English and mathematics are their main problems. They think that these are very difficult to manage. -for form 5 and 7 students, they need to face HKCEE and HKAL examination which can influence their future. 2) Peer pressure - Peers influence your life, even if you don't realize it, just by spending time with you. You learn from them, and they learn from you. It's only human nature to listen to and learn from other people in your age group. - Sometimes peers influence

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    College Pressures Introduction One of the deans in Yale University said that one of the reasons why University students fall victims of college pressures is because “They are struggling to find an edge, something subtle that will turn out better on paper" (Liebendorfer, 2011). The dean claimed that the way people appear on paper in the contemporary society has become more important than the way they appear in real life. The predominant college pressures on University students are characterized by

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    In this article “College Pressure,” Zinsser describes four main aspects of pressure that students face in college, which are economical pressure, peer pressure, self-induced pressure, and parental pressure. Zinsser uses a great sense of emotion in the article to help the reader observe the pressure faced by college students. Zinsser is a great writer because he uses some of the greatest aspects of writing. These aspects include, but are not limited to, using repetition, quoting other writers, listening

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