How does the structure of the blood vessels entering and leaving the glomerulus help move glucose into the Bowman's capsule?
It's all about the blood vessels structure.
The blood vessel entering the glomerulus is wider than the one leaving it.
In this picture, we can see that the Afferent arteriole is significantly wider than the Efferent arteriole.
Due to the significant arteriole size (the size gets smaller as it enters the glomerulus), blood pressure builds in the glomerulus and blood is filtered quicker more efficiently.