The Problem of Student Debt after College Graduation in the United States
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"You have a clear focus on your topic in this essay, which is student loan debt and its negative effects on college students. You have organized the essay well, with a clear thesis statement which is repeated in the conclusion. However, the essay does need careful editing and proofreading for grammatical issues and for clarity. It is also unclear whether or not this is an argumentative or persuasive essay. You refer to "opponents" who believe that "every college student should be responsible to pay what they owe," but you do not clearly identify the argument to which they are opposed. Is it that schools or the government should reduce tuition costs or forgive student debt? Finally, you make some suggestions in your conclusion that can help students avoid being in debt. Your paper could be strengthened by citing sources or research to back up your conclusions."
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