Application Essay To Texas A & M University

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Growing up, I was never afraid of being myself. I have a very large family, so I knew how to socialize very well at a young age. Socializing is a huge part of who I am, and it’s a part of my life I will always enjoy. I love meeting new people, because people always differ from one another. I respect the diversity of someone’s culture and background. I always knew I wanted to help people, but I never had an idea how I wanted to help. At the end of the day, I want to be able to say that I encouraged someone to be better. I want to be exceptional. Texas A&M University can give me the tools to improve and become great in the field of psychology. Sigmund Freud, said, “We are what we are because we have been where we been, and what is needed for solving problems of human life and …show more content…

After graduating, college was something that was expected, it didn’t matter where, it just mattered that I went. My parents were always supportive about going to college, but they never really pushed for specific college. I never knew the value of getting all A’s on a report card, or getting into a prestige school. I was out of touch with what I really wanted to do with my life, until I met my psychology professor, Mike Pinney. He had all the passion I lacked, and made psychology a subject I grew to love. I remember thinking to myself, this is what I want to do with my life. Mr. Pinney is the kind of professor that came to work every day because he loves what he does, and that kind of passion never fails to manifest. Pinney inspired me to want to be better, and that’s what I hope to do with my career is to inspire. I now had the drive to want to achieve more. The passion of wanting to be more than just average and becoming more knowledgeable had greater significance in my life. I hope to see that A&M is the place I can exceed my limits and grow as an

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