english- Please revise
posted by rose - Ms. sue .
An important factor to consider in choosing your classes is how employers will view the skills you have developed during your college experience. How will you select classes to develop the skills employers expect? What other activities might you engage in during your college experience to develop these skills?
When choosing my classes my main emphasis and focus is on my course of study. Education is geared towards enhancing even skills that you may not use. But this is, nevertheless, what enables you to be a well rounded person. Being educated entails having some knowledge in varied areas. Although, when choosing your classes you should consider what your course of study will be and choose accordingly. Simultaneously, I am a fervent believer that the school of life is a great educator. If at all possible, on the job experience is a must; this will help equip you, along with your education, to be successful in the field of work that you have chosen.
Let's see if you've answered the questions.
How will you select classes to develop the skills employers expect?
You've mentioned being well-rounded and having some knowledge in various areas. But you should be more specific. Do your prospective employers expect you to be able to communicate clearly? Do they expect you to be able to think logically? Do they expect you to be familiar with basic math procedures? Do they expect you to be able to follow written and oral instructions? Do they expect you to understand the cultures of various coworkers and clients?
What classes are you choosing that will help you meet these expectations?
What other activities might you engage in during your college experience to develop these skills?
You haven't addressed this question at all.
You should also include what field you're going into. Then tell what classes you're planning to take that will meet that career's requirements.