Why because I love math and solving problem for a living. I get to work with the latest tools that have been created and used by famous people. My second career choose is chemical engineer. Why because I love a mixture of math and science. They work in the field or office.
When I started high school, I was a year above everyone else in our Math pathway. I also took all advanced classes. As a result, I had the best and most passionate teachers while my friends were stuck with teachers who did not care. So many opportunities are wasted by standard teachers who do not take the time to appreciate and acknowledge their students regardless of their prior knowledge or will to learn. My goal, once I have my degree, is to teach standard Algebra or Chemistry and encourage my students to learn and to love STEM classes.
The second teacher observation was just wonderful to observe. I was not in my major, but I did get to learn the life of a Math grade teacher. It was unique and fun to see what all types of teacher deal with on a daily basis. Students vary in moods between different types of classes. I was able to learn the uniqueness Mrs. Watts incorporated in her classroom.
All my teachers love my binders because it is neat, organized, and easy for them to find assignments. Another reason why I am prepared for college is because I have learned many skills from my English teacher Mrs. Maroulis about what to expect in college. Because of her class, I learned how to write good college essays, write resumes, learned what to do and not to do in college, and improved my learning so that I was able to do college level education. The last reason how Aspire helped me prepare for college is allowing me to take college level classes at school. This is a major reason because if I did not take college classes, I do not think I will be able to understand what is expected for college, how I would be able to study for tests, and how to take college seriously.
It baffles me how everything in the universe could come together so perfectly, with such symmetry and such complexity. It’s very interesting to read or hear about someone’s opinion on the subject, which is why I really liked this book. The facts in the book are extremely thought-provoking, and have taught me many interesting things, including simple facts about simple things, to facts and theories about how everything was formed, and how everything works together. I have learned and thought about so many more things with this book than any other book I have read. The book is related to science because it discusses a lot of physics, science, math, and some psychology.
High school prepared me by being able to attend dual enrollment, which was one of the great thing my school had to offer to help advanced student academically. It helped me tremendously being able to associate myself with college level students and see things from their point of view. I also took an online class that was blackboard. I’m grateful for all the help and preparation I had before I
I would watch tv and recite things that sounded important as though they had purpose. I liked going to see my pediatrician because of the nice professionalism of the women there; all the files and colored papers and nice handwriting was admiring for me. Soon enough I realized I was into math and science, which turns out to be the medical field. I was always a good student but battled with consistency, all during high school it was an uphill battle getting myself to understand that high school was a given for to enhance myself for my future. During College I have had some similar issues I have been working to break myself out of the cycle of being in an inconsistent state.
I still have a memory of the sense of accomplishment I felt during a 4th grade math class, in which I solved a difficult problem on fractions, that other kids of my class couldn’t. Having an analytical mind, I have always excelled in mathematics. A discussion with my teacher about ‘The Pleasure Of Counting’ by T.W. Korner had a lasting influence on me .It resulted in me increasingly applying mathematical ideologies to the real world, particularly in economics and finance fields ,which has progressed my critical thinking and analytical skills. I have always achieved highly in mathematics throughout my secondary school and have received the outstanding student honor.
Without doubt, I know that AP at JFSS is the program for me because I, as a student, am engaged in learning and does well as a student. Currently, at RTMS, I do very well in math, as I always get straight A’s in math, and in my writing assignments, I try my best to improve and I will edit rigorously to ensure optimum results. When I do assignments and large tasks, I don’t rush them, instead, I take my time for a better result. Additionally, I don’t just put effort in large things, I also acknowledge that the small things in life are also very important. Although I sometimes do miss things, I try my best to do so.
I went through all of my many years of schooling at Oak Hill Schools. I’ve always enjoyed math especially algebra and also any type of biology class. Biology, however, has always interested me the most and that is why I’m currently in the college that I am today here at Ohio University. Growing up in a small town caused my classes to be very small, therefore, I got to know my teachers fairly well. If I had a question they were always more than helpful.