College Admissions Essay: A Career As A Surgeon

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Everyone is unique and different in their own way. Not everyone is the same nor do they like or do the same things. There are several things that make me different from others. I’ve been through several things and done several things that others have not done.
I have always wanted to be a general surgeon and work in a hospital to help others. I don’t know what it is, but surgery just interest me and it seems exciting. Being a surgeon is something I would want to do everyday and look forward to doing everyday. I doubt I would ever get tired of it nor would it be boring. It takes a while to become a surgeon because of college, medical school, etc. But, I do think it would be worth it in the long run. I’m not sure what inspired me to want to pursue my dream of becoming a surgeon, every time someone asks me what I
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Half of the time I don’t even know what to say, I just know I have a passion for it. Also, if I don’t become a surgeon I would like to work with animals because that is also another passion I have. Whenever I see a cat or dog I just go crazy. I would probably adopt every animal if I could.
I love volleyball. I have been playing for 5 years. Never in my life did I think I would actually love a sport so much. When I first tried out for volleyball, I had never played a day in my life. AFter tryouts, I made the team, this was back in sixth grade. Now, I am a junior and I never would have imagined I would come so far with this sport. This sport has helped me make new friends, learn new things, and made me angry a lot of times. During volleyball season I get so stressed, it is hard playing a sport while keeping up your grades. But, it is so worth it. I am very compassionate about the sport. I have hurt my knee playing and also have hurt my ankle

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