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C.Please explain which of the following you would prefer and why: the opportunity to take a wide range of courses across a range of disciplines including the sciences, social sciences and humanities, or the opportunity to focus on courses in one discipline that deeply interests you.

I would prefer to take wide range of courses instead of some specific courses in one discipline. From the school society to the outside big world, they are both diverse communities, so I may face people who have different interests. Having knowledge in a wide extent could help me better to communicate with them. Also, as more and more issues been released now related to multi-disciplines, wide range of knowledge could assist me to have deeper understanding in them. Taking courses from many areas can not only widen my scopes but also develop my ability of thinking in different ways. For instance, people studying math and science solve problems usually base on formulas, theories, or principles that have already existed and universally agreed; but a literary or social sciences student may be more intended to use their sense to analyze problems.

I would prefer to take wide range of courses instead of some specific courses in one discipline. From the school society to the outside big world, there are many diverse communities, so I may face people who have different interests. Having knowledge in a wide range of subjects could help me better to communicate with them. Also, as more and more issues been released now related to multi-disciplines<~~"issues ... multi-disciplines" means what? it doesn't make sense to me, wide range of knowledge could assist me in having deeper understanding of them. Taking courses from many areas can not only widen my scopes<~~delete "s" and add comma but also develop my ability to think in different ways. For instance, people studying math and science solve problems usually based on formulas, theories, or principles that have already existed and are universally agreed on; but a literary or social sciences student may be more intended to use their sense<~~what??? "may be ... sense" doesn't make sense to me to analyze problems.

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An example for you: Medicine and Electronics

The" issues...multi-disciplines"...actually I want to say something about that many things we read, we see, we solve are related to a wide area, not only narrowed in a specific discipline.

I don't really know how to describe the way of literary or social sisences student think, but I know it is different from science student's.
So how I should say?

I would prefer to take wide range of courses instead of some specific courses in one discipline. From the school society to the outside big world, there are many diverse communities, so I may face people who have different interests. Having knowledge in a wide range of subjects could help me better to communicate with them. Also, as more and more issues been released now related to multi-disciplines, wide range of knowledge could assist me in having deeper understanding of them. Taking courses from many areas can not only widen my scope but also develop my ability to think in different ways. For instance, people studying math and science solve problems usually based on formulas, theories, or principles that have already existed and are universally agreed; but a literary or social sciences student may be more intended to use their sense to analyze problems.

Also, as more and more subjects become more widely known, a wide range of knowledge could assist me in having a deeper understanding of them.

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...but a student of literature or the social sciences may need to think and draw conclusions differently, using logic and their background knowledge to analyze problems.

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Sorry -- pronoun reference error in my suggestion. Corrected here:

...but students of literature or the social sciences may need to think and draw conclusions differently, using logic and their background knowledge to analyze problems.

Also, as more and more subjects become more widely known, a wide range of knowledge could assist me in having a deeper understanding of them.

There are three "more" in that sentence, is it OK?

Do I need a conclusion sentence for this paragraph ?

That sentence would read fine with only one "more" in it; delete the first and third instances.

Whether you need a conclusion depends on whether it's leading into another paragraph or standing on its own. If it's standing on its own, then yes, it needs a conclusion.

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7 months ago

I would prefer to take a wide range of courses across different disciplines including the sciences, social sciences, and humanities, rather than focusing on courses in one specific discipline. There are several reasons for this preference. First, in both school and society, we encounter diverse communities with people who have different interests. Having knowledge in a wide range of subjects enables better communication with them. Additionally, many contemporary issues cut across multiple disciplines, so having a broad knowledge base can help in having a deeper understanding of these issues.

Furthermore, taking courses from various areas not only widens one's horizons but also fosters the ability to think in different ways. For example, students studying math and science typically solve problems based on established formulas, theories, and principles. On the other hand, students in literature or social sciences may approach problems using logic and their background knowledge. Being exposed to different ways of thinking enhances critical thinking skills.

In conclusion, opting for a wide range of courses offers the opportunity to develop a diverse skill set, adapt to different environments, and gain a comprehensive understanding of various subjects.

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