Some people might argue that(1) the gap year would discourage students’ ambition on their study. After exposing(2) themselves into society or nature, senior high school graduates feel themselves no longer disciplined in their study and do not return to college. However, given a year off(3), youngsters have the opportunity, time as well as the very ability to make future blueprints. Thus, whatever they decide is, to a large extent(4), reasonable and countable(4).
For those who(1) would recontinue their academic life, taking a year off traveling(2) produce many positive outcomes on their school life. Students usually spend 12 years on exhaustive courses and examinations before they are admitted to their dream colleges and universities. Taking a year break(3) to travel would afford them the opportunity to approach the next phase of their education with a fresh start and renewed vigor while starving off academic burnout(4).
In terms of people’s future plan, a gap year is also beneficial to students. It could be a pilot runfor your career.This kind of experience would be a valuable notch to students’ CV, which might be an entry ticket when they entering the work force after earning academic degree. Besides boosting their resume, a gap year would absorb the shock of leaving the academic environment. The concern of gearing themselves to the working environment was experienced before they went to colleges or universities.