I remember it as if it was yesterday. The day I had been training weeks for, everything had come to this. The track and field district event, the most important event of the season. For a long time I had been training for long distance, the 1500 meter race. The training was hard, running for 2 hours, with only a few breaks for water and resting, everyday, for weeks. This race was important. I worked hard for this moment.
Out of the three activities I participate in at Anson High School, the National Art Honor Society would be one that has impacted me the most. When I was first put into the art class my sophomore year, I tried my hardest to drop the course. The reason being is because I knew for a fact I would not be able to fully enjoy the course with my lack of artistic skills. After being in the class for a month and completing my first art assignment, I realized how much talent I actually do possess. A passion for art was quickly created over the course of time. At the end of the course, my art teacher handed me a letter that congratulated me on being accepted into the National Art Honor Society. I felt like I have accomplished something big after reading
I will be telling you how I feel like I do on the standardized test I think that I do well but there is sometimes were I get to nerves and I do not know what to do and that might make me forget what I had to remember because I get scared that I might forget the question and that is really bad because then I do not know what I have to do because I forget everything. I have not always been good at testing there is sometimes were I feel like I know the things that are going to be in the test and I do not really study and hen it turns out that the things that I thought I knew I did not know them and that is bad because I thought I they knew the questions but because I did not study I got the questions wrong. The way I prepare is try to practiced
“Don’t be nervous.” This was the last thing my mom said to me before I entered my first audition for a ballet summer intensive. I was eleven. I did ok and I ended up getting in but like always there were things to improve on. Little did I know then that the teachers are always looking for three things; technique, confidence, and artistry.
My most rewarding accomplishment is probably getting straight A’s for ever since I was in 5-6th grade. I am very good in school and a very responsible person and citizen among others.
In the practice of psychiatry, occupational therapy (OT) practitioners use standardized assessments to further their knowledge to help their clients. Two particular standardized assessments frequently used are the Kohlman Evaluation Of Living Skills (KELS) and Allen Cognitive Level Screen (ACLS-5). OT practitioners employ both assessments to find out what appropriate measures must be taken for the particular client.
I have faith in the free-markets. I have zero-faith in government solutions. Common core is a great example of a government solution to it 's own inability to provide world class education.
The second semester of my freshman year at Marian Catholic, I was moved up to biology honors. I remember being excited for the class as I up for the challenge.
I was 6 years old. Walking up to the tall building was very intimidating. Inside was the testing center. I was nervous, but Mom reassured me that everything would be ok. I walked into the building and before the testing began I told myself that I wanted to do the best I could possible do. But after seeing all of the tests, I started to get worried. At first it was fun. The test administrators made me do activities that seemed like games. One test required making patterns. Another involved building towers with blocks. At the time I did not know if I was taking the test or playing games. But, after what seemed like hours, I became mentally exhausted. The games got harder and I couldn’t think. I stopped caring. After the they said the test was over I knew I could have done better, but it was so long I just gave up.
I prepared with confidence practicing during class and once a night every night for a week before. On the night before I practiced maybe ten times though out of nervousness.
The death by bite human mutant (AKA Joe) was discovered in a county fair during a tug of war contest. Unlike his opponent this man was using his teeth to pull the rope, and won. The people watching were astonished that Joe’s teeth could withstand so much pressure. One of the people there was a medical doctor, named Dan. He was intrigued by this accomplishment as well and wanted to learn more about how Joe’s teeth were so strong. Dan met with Joe after the contest to ask if he could examine Joe’s teeth. Joe was pretty quiet and only said “Sure.” Doctor Dan was hesitant because he didn’t want to push Joe into doing something he wasn’t comfortable with. But Joe didn’t seem to regret agreeing to the examination. So, they left the fair and went
I attend the music school and I play the violin. Before one week I had an important concert for Oginski 's honor, but I was realy afraid of it because I had a big scene fear. I repeated, played and tried to improve my playing for Oginski 's polonaise. When the day of concert came, I was realy nerous. Because of the scene fear I even decided don 't play, but I knew that I needed to do it and I had at least try. I concentrated all the determination, courage and i went to scene.
In the spring of 2009, I gripped my piano books tightly as I tiptoed into the piano studio. I had been preparing for my first piano test for almost five months, but the butterflies in my stomach wouldn’t go away. Being only six, everything looked huge, especially the the 2 grand pianos looming in front of me. Although my piano teacher told me numerous times I was sure to pass, that fact couldn’t stop my brain from telling me how nervous it was.
Ding, Ding, Ding! It’s the start of 5th period. I am in Mr. Lippert’s 6th grade science class. Today, there is a test on the unit I hate so much. Something about magma that comes out of the water or something like that. I was very nervous mostly because I forgot to study also. I break a sweat and I finally start the test. Once everyone else was done, we started to grade our tests. I then realized that I got a horrid grade. I only got like 60% or something like that. I was stressing so badly. My grade would probably go down to a low B or C. I went home and studied a lot. The next day, I went to Mr. Lippert’s classroom and retook the test. He told me it was “Excellent” and I got 100%. In the end, everyone was happy, well mostly just me.
Everyone has an accomplishment that they always will remember. The accomplishment I remember the most is when I got my first job. Getting a job makes it easy to see how adulthood is going to be. Turning into an adult can be something that is very scary. As an adult, you need a job to make money to be able to get through life. Turing into adulthood started for me with getting my first job. I will share about the time leading up to getting my first job, what my first job was like, and how it changed my life.