Emphasizing TOEIC scores can help a student’s progress in English, but a scholarship should be awarded to students who achieve in their field of study. English is just one class. Because of this policy for certain scholarships, many students are excluded from applying for them. If YU wants to encourage students to improve their English skills through improving their TOEIC score, they should make another type of scholarship. For example, a scholarship that is directly tied to the TOEIC test can be a solution. YU really needs to consider the impact of this policy and make an effort to resolve the issue.
Hye-Jin Kim email@example.com
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