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  1. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator

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    I'm sorry but I think free things worth's nothing
     
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    Wow! That's a really great opportunity for those who get accepted.
     
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    So, you get a full scholarship to Harvard. Your education will be completely free. It's better for you to instead pay for the University of Phoenix?
     
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    That's not what i mean. Suppose somebody gave me $5000 I won't able understand the value of these money. I might even waste these money but if I earn that money through hard work then i will be able understand value every single penny.

    I hope you got my point
     
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    My thoughts exactly. Well said. :fing02:
     
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    Not a useful analogy - at all.

    Whether you fully understood the value of $5,000 or not, I don't think you'd turn such a gift down - unless you were truly, irretrievably thick. :shock:

    Conversely, if you didn't understand the value of the free education - then probably, you wouldn't want it. If you did apply (and were qualified) you'd undoubtedly appreciate the value, through knowledge gained in past years and your undergraduate education. If you weren't qualified - and didn't appreciate the value - but were foolish enough to apply anyway - then your application would doubtless be rejected.

    J.
     
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