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When you leave you country and came to study at the American English and Culture Program AECP you have the aim to success and graduate from AECP It is not easy to success if you did not focus in your main reason of coming to AECP You should study harder every day and do your homework on time You may fail at AECP but there are causes negative effects and positive effects for that failing The causes of failing are so many The main reason of failing that most of the students who fail are failing because they are losing minutes and missing the classes For examplesome of them came to classes to late or they miss the first class and came to the second class Alsothere are so group of students are careless they came to AECP to have fun only without caring about there future The last reason is because they did not study hard for the quizzes and the finalsWhen you fail you will have many negative effects You are already waste your money by repeating the whole session Also when you repeat the session you will waste you time by repeating the same subjects and it will make you feel boring All of that os nothing behind if you fail twice in the same level they will kick you out from the AECP That is the worst thing ever will happen to anyoneOn the other handyou may have some positive effects could help you It could make you study harder than the last time Like if you fail you would not fail again so you will study harder to get a good grades and pass that level Also when you repeat the session you will have new friends and you will get new experiences every timeIn conclusion many people think it is so bad to fail and repeat the level because wasting many things like time and money And some
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