Importance Of Perspective In Writing

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Throughout this Writing 102 class, I have learned a variety of things. I have always struggled with writing because it is just not something that comes easy to me. However, throughout this class my understanding and writing ability has grown tremendously which has made writing a much easier task. Furthermore, I have gained the ability to find perspective on new things and have also gained perspective on topics happening around me, like the student loan debt crisis. Additionally, I have learned how to take new perspective and utilize it to build an argument. Finally, the other major insight that I gained had to do with my personal future. The research that I have done has not only made me more clear of what I want, but it has also given me the …show more content…
It becomes even more difficult when I have to argue for this new perspective. Having the ability to gain perspective and understand it enough to argue a point, is a very important skill to have. This class has taught me exactly that. I have learned how to look at a topic, read it over, and draw an argument from it. I have also learned the importance and value of perspective. By finding perspective in each situation, whether it be about a crisis such as student loan debt, or something much more personal like educational costs or career choice, I will be able to make more informed decisions and I will be more efficient in everything that I do because of …show more content…
Both topics are very intimidating, but important to understand. Researching the exact cost of my education was very eye-opening. Surprisingly, I discovered that the cost was much less than I anticipated. Though finding the exact cost was tedious and time consuming, doing so helped me better understand the breakdown of tuition and the additional costs and fees. Furthermore, the extensive research done on the student loan debt crisis was very interesting and gave me a new perspective on college and student loans. The biggest thing I’ve learned was that being uninformed is what I should avoid the most. Understanding the situation and what it entails is the easiest way to avoid surprises and unnecessary turmoil down the road, especially when it comes to student loans. Many individuals are put into a terrible position because they weren’t fully aware or didn 't understand what they were signing up for. Being informed is the most important element when it comes to making decisions, no matter how big or small they may

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