Topic 1: Universities should accept equal numbers of male and female students in every subject. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

My essay:

Every year, thousands of people apply for a great deal of universities. However, it is sometimes argued that universities should have equal numbers of gender, male and female students in every university courses. I completely disagree with this idea.

First, some subjects are more suitable and have more applications with one gender than the other. For example, technology courses often have more male students' applications, while most other for nurses courses are female. Computer attracts more interest from male students. While female students tend to apply for language courses or nursing courses. It would be difficult to calculate the equal number of male and female students for these courses.

Second, it would be fair if admission to university courses depends on individual ability, irrespective of their gender. Universities should make the decisions to accept applications according to their exam score and curriculum vitae. It gives them more motivations to study hard at school and get good scores. If a male student fails to apply for university courses because they have enough equal numbers of male and female students, it will be unfair and makes a lot of arguments. In additions, if universities just choose their students according to their gender, it will be counterproductive to make their qualifications to be lower.

In conclusion, I believe that applications for universities should be accepted according to their ability and talents instead of their gender. It would be unfair and make a great deal of difficulties to have an equal number of male and female students in every university courses.

Every year, thousands of people apply for a great deal of various courses in universities. However, it is sometimes argued that universities should have equal numbers of gender, male and female students in every university (1)course. I completely disagree with this idea.

First, some subjects are more suitable suited to, and have more applications with interest from, one gender than the other. For example, technology courses often have more male student applications, while those who apply most other for nursing courses are mostly female. Also computer science traditionally attracts more interest from male students, while female students tend to apply for have more interest in language courses or other humanities programs. nursing courses. Therefore, it would be difficult and impractical to calculate the place equal number of male and female students for these all tertiary courses.

Second, (2) it would not be fair if admission to university courses depended not on individual ability irrespective of their but on the applicant’s gender. Universities should make base the decisions to accept applications according to (3)their exam score and curriculum vitae. It That gives them all students, irrespective of their gender, more (4)motivation to study hard at school and get good scores. If a male student fails to apply be accepted for a university course because they have enough equal numbers of of a limited quota for male and female students, it will be unfair and it will cause much controversy. makes a lot of arguments. In addition, if universities just choose their students according to their gender, it will be counterproductive and detrimental to make their reputation. This is because the quality of education is likely to decrease and the qualifications given by those universities will to be of a lower standard.

In conclusion, I believe that applications for universities should be accepted according to (5)their the student’s ability and talents instead of their gender. It would be unfair and make a great deal of would lead to several difficulties to have an equal number of male and female students in every university (1)course.

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1- We use a singular noun with “every”.

2- The second conditional is used for less-likely situations. Therefore, I changed your sentence accordingly. Note also the structure of the second conditional. [If + past simple --------> would + verb]

3- In that sentence, “their” is wrong, because it refers to “applications” (not to students).

4- The word “motivation” is mostly used in its uncountable sense.

5- In that sentence, “their” is wrong, because it refers to “applications” or “universities (not to students).

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