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  1. myepinoy says:

    So they are similar to Japan. Probably the only difference is that the mother is the one handling everything with regards to their kids studies. The problem is when the kid is not doing well in class or worse, fail, it is the mother who is blamed.

    I don’t think there is any difference with the school my daughter is studying, Monday to Sunday actually because of so much activities and symposium. When I am on vacation, I am asking my wife why they are taxing the kids too much. My wife said, that’s how they do it.

    Pero sulit naman.

    One more thing, maybe that is the reason why there are lots of korean students studying english in he Philippines. Probably much cheaper.

  2. evenav says:

    I still believe that education is not just base on the quantity of time ,it is on the quality of education being as it is.Cause, even if we spend a lot of time studying, if one cannot grasp the true content of the topic, its useless staying for long period of time.

  3. lynm says:

    i agree with evenav… it’s not quantity but quality.. eheh no matter how long you spend studying.. but if you truly don’t understand what the heck your studying.. then there’s no point.. and you’re wasting time.. i mean i spend a lot of time studying for my nursing classes.. but heck.. i take breaks in between.. because if i don’t i’m going to get a headache and i think i’ll go insane <.< brain cramps lols… for instance.. if one was trying to study another language… sure you can study as much as you can on how to write and read.. pass some exam.. but when it comes to conversation…where you can’t speak it?? then there’s something wrong with that picture

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