anonymous
  • anonymous
can some one please rewrite this? Into a conclusion
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anonymous
  • anonymous
People believe that getting a scholarship would be payment enough for these athletes. But what about buying food and paying for their housing? With no job they cannot be expected to provide the money for these necessities. In college a student receives more than 15 hours of academic work and almost 40 hours of sports training a week because the college sports require hours of hard work and dedication, this could affect the student's grades. Their sacrifices can leave these athletes jobless and lead to malnutrition, so college athletes should be paid for their participation in sports.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Not too sure about my writing, but here goes. People believe that getting a scholarship would be enough payment for college athletes. With no job, they cannot expect to provide the money for necessities such as: food and housing. A college student receives more than 15 hours of academic work, and almost 40 hours of sports training a week. The reason behind it is because college sports require hours of hard work and dedication, this could affect the student's grades. College athletes should be paid for their participation in sports.
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  • anonymous
This is amazing thank you @izuru

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No prob!

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