Study the following drawing carefully and write an essay in which you should
1）describe the drawing，
2）analyze the meaning and
3）give an example。
You should write about 160－200 words neatly on ANSWER SHEET 2。
As is vividly demonstrated in the drawing above, facing so many major options, a student is at a complete loss what to do, which is a most typical phenomenon among students. The meaning conveyed in the drawing is most thought-provoking.
The implied meaning of the drawing above can be briefly stated as follows. To begin with, the over-emphasis of importance of majors by students should not be ignored. Some students reckon that their majors will decide the success or failure of their whole lives. Because of their dissatisfaction with their majors, some students lose their interest in study. And some of them even go extreme and commit suicide. It is our top priority to reverse the grim situation. What's more, in terms of making major choices, to follow suit must be avoided. As we know, different people are needed to play different roles in our social work. It is out of the question that all the people pick up the same major and do the same work. Personal character, interest, and merit must be fully evaluated and seriously considered when students make their final decision on their majors. In sum, students must keep calm and have an objective attitude toward their majors.
Take myself as an example. I am from a small mountainous village from the West. The ambition has already taken roots in my mind that I will make use of my knowledge to help the farmers in my home-village shake off poverty. And I took an interest in plants when I was a child. All things considered, I chose agronomy as my major. I do reckon that I have a bright prospect if I stick to the major I choose. (282 words)