Identify errors in the following passage and type the correct answers in the error boxes #1-5.
Choice works two ways. If co-curricular activities are so good, than students should have right to choose whether they wish to pursue them, rather than forcing them to give equal importance to something they do not wish to do. Through equalising the demands of academic and co-curriculums there exists the possibility that a student may drop in because he or she may not be able to cope with the demands of both sets of activities. The right to an education is best exercised by giving students the choose to decide what field their lives would like to be based on, and about how to pursue this aims.