Tell me about your country’s education system. Well the education system in India I would
say is very developed but then again it varies according to the rural and urban sectors of
society but most people who come into middle class bracket, they send their children to
school and they start early at kindergarten stage and they go through the one to ten classes,
then ten plus two and usually most people finish a graduation degree in India. I would say the standard of education in India
is very high because there is a lot of competition and almost every student and every parent
want their children to do some graduation and post graduation and do higher studies
and even at school and at college it’s very hard to get admissions into bigger and reputed
colleges so there’s like really a lot of competition and you’ll find many students
getting more than ninety per cent out of their hundred per cent score in the exams so yeah,
there’s a whole lot of competition and people are really gearing up for it. I would say the friendship that we make when
we are in school are the strongest ones because that’s when we are most impressionable and
we really get to know each other very well and we are like honest and sincere. Yeah,
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say is very developed but then again it varies according to the rural and urban sectors of
society but most people who come into middle class bracket, they send their children to
school and they start early at kindergarten stage and they go through the one to ten classes,
then ten plus two and usually most people finish a graduation degree in India. I would say the standard of education in India
is very high because there is a lot of competition and almost every student and every parent
want their children to do some graduation and post graduation and do higher studies
and even at school and at college it’s very hard to get admissions into bigger and reputed
colleges so there’s like really a lot of competition and you’ll find many students getting more
than ninety per cent out of their hundred per cent score in the exams so yeah, there’s
a whole lot of competition and people are really gearing up for it. I would say the friendship that we make when
we are in school are the strongest ones because that’s when we are most impressionable and
we really get to know each other very well and we are like honest and sincere. Yeah,
most of my friends right now are from school and I think because I’ve grown up with them
and we’ve built such strong relationships – my students and my teachers that I studied
with will be a very important part of my life. Try to think what you are going to say beforehand
because a good conclusion makes a really good impression. Good luck. Support | © 2009 Anthony Willis