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Teenagers of the twentieth century face the same problems that they did in the nineteenth century but now these obstacles seem to have become more complicated Suicide statistics in the United States among teens have skyrocketed over the past years by many contributions from our society Many say that education is freedom although when youre a teenager your perspective is very different Actually many teens today would tell you that education is far from freedom The pressures of our economic society have slowly begun to affect the children of America As the population increases rapidly we have to compete for the highest paying jobs and the best education Unintentionally our predecessors have set a changing standard that is impossible to satisfy There is always someone better than you and if there isnt then there will be soon To be successful in school you need a balance of study and relaxation If you study too much you will have no social life and sociality is very important in our environment If you relax too much you will fall behind in your studies and your grades will falter When you have a perfect mix of both you feel confident with yourself and if you find friends along the way they will support you and be there for you Grades are the only thing that reports your progress in the vital process of your education Colleges select their accepted applicants by checking grades If you dont have the grades then you just do not make the cut and nothing can be helped Report cards are very stressful on teens If you do well you have to worry about doing better the next report period If you do terribly you have to face your parents and suffer the consequences I think that report cards are the worst part of school They can get you in so much trouble and they do not even express the effort and how
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