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It is difficult to determine if attending classes in the university should be obligatory or not It is depending on student commitment and university itself In my opinion as a student at Syrian Virtual University I believe that attending classes should be optional for the following reasonsFirst Syrian Virtual University is a developed university and it is depending on communications through a lot of civilized ways like emails internet special programs so teachers can record all the sessions and any student can attend any session in time that suits him Besides he can send any questions or inquiry about topics to the teacher by E-MailSecond most of the students registered in this university are employees of various sectors of society so it is difficult for them to attend all sessions at the right time or during work even after finishing work because of exhausting So if attendance is obligatory it will be limited on the weekends or after office hours and benefit will be lostThird after a hard working day student will be tired and not interactive His attendance will lack activity and energy He will attend not for learning but because of attending is required Education cant be acquired obligatory so university is only a key for knowledge and student should continue his raising not through university only but through all fieldsIn conclusion I think that attending in university is better to be optional because of the new civilized ways that can be basic for modern communications ways not between student and teacher only but all over the world On the other hand students learning will be more active and deep-rooted if the student is interested and has wish to learn if attend or not
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