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  • I think a good university is the key to success.

    Nobody can deny that a higher education at a university gives you a better chance at having a solid job. Let's think about high unemployment these days. People with college degrees suffer less from
    unemployment that people without degrees. We cannot say that jobs that pay well have nothing to do with holding a degree.

  • Success depends on good university.

    Unless you don't have a lot of money to live at the future,studing well and having a good university is the best option.A lot of people gave up or became poor when they didn't study well and didn't have an university.To success just for hard work,it is very hard. It is just 1%. So I think this is not a good option,and having a good university is the best way to success.

  • No, success is not dependent on one's specific school.

    Going to a specific place of learning does not guarantee success for a student. If it did, all graduates of a specific university would be successful, and this simply isn't the case. Success also requires many other factors, such as persistence, tenacity, and skill. It doesn't hurt to go to a well-respected college and aim for the best education one can get, but a person's success is not necessarily dependent on doing so.

  • A good university is not the key to success.

    There are a lot of successful people who never went to university, or who went to a university that was not particularly famous. In the same way, many people who go to good universities just waste their time while in school. Real success depends on personal determination and hard work.

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evangambit says2014-07-30T16:35:01.397
What exactly is this asking? Is it "the key" (defining "key" as "a thing that provides a means of gaining access to or understanding something") no; there are other avenues to success, almost regardless of how you define it. Which brings about the other question: you must define "success" for this question to be reasonably answered.