College Admissions Essay: My Career As A Nurse

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I have begun to realize that I have yet to begin my life: everything up until now I have considered practice. Every day I question myself, “When will the right time come to do this or do that?” Now I realize that the answer to that is now. Now seems to be the time to start taking life seriously and making responsible choices. I’ve realized I have come to a point in my life where I choose what I do with my future, but need to choose something that will make me happy. Although there are many possibilities our future can take a drastic turn, we have to come up with a handy plan that will help be resilient. By the time I graduate high school, I am determined to grow into an independent, mature adult, be satisfied with my decisions, and most importantly, pursue a career that I enjoy. I know that not everyone with whom I am friends right now will be by my side by…show more content…
My dream particularly is to become someone important by pursuing a career in psychology. But let’s be realistic, this is not one of those teenage movies where we get to enjoy life, go partying and get away with whatever we want. We have to earn the success and to earn that, there are going to be times where I’ll be stressed-out. There are so many other steps I need to take in order to achieve these goals. I must work really hard, starting now, for it to pay off. Without education, there’s really no future for anyone. Getting good grades goes above anything. This is important because it will determine if I am eligible to attend college. Grades may seem like a minor detail but when it comes to applying, it’s what matters the most. Graduating from high school is a really big deal and it’s time for me to start paying attention to my education instead of worrying about my friends because chances are that they won’t be by my side once I leave go to college. Like most teachers would say, “Knowledge is the key to
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