The band director ended up making where low brass wasn't a section, everyone was there individual leaders. Which Ozzy a hissy fit over, because he wanted the section to be whole, but in the end he got over it. At the end of every Marching season, we have a concert and play every song we have played that season and awards are given out. Due to all my hard work and practicing I got the “Most Improved”
Also, our school forced us to take the ACT once and they paid for it. My school even canceled classes in order for every student to take the ACT. Taking the SAT would mean driving to North Little rock due to the lack of SAT testing centers in Little Rock. I took the ACT twice after the required ACT test. I was not aware that we had a required ACT, so I did not prepare ahead of time.
The opening performance was in one week and I had a long way to go to perfect the music in time. After the first practice, I felt disheartened. I did not believe in myself enough to learn and perfect the music. Not wanting to give up, I slowly began picking up more notes each day. Outside of rehearsal, I practiced during every spare second I could find.
Some obstacles that hinder me to giving my fullest potential towards my academic career were my social life. As the beginning of the paper I told you that this semester I started to go out more but when I dedicated my time towards my academics, there was always somebody in my ear saying come to this party with me or Come over don 't study come hangout with me. While listening to this every single weekend, there was times where I decide to go out and hangout. Looking back I knew that was probably a bad idea but at the time it seems a way to relax my mind / taking a break from doing homework or
There are many difficult challenges we as humans face on a daily basis. Yet some of those challenges can be more difficult as time progress and we grow older. Some challenges that I have been facing are getting ready to do an audition at Bowling Green State University for the band in which we also have to take a music theory exam before we audition in front of the many band directors. This faces many small challenges as well as, playing college level music, not practicing as often as we would like, and having to understand music theory. College level music is an entire thing on its own compared to high school music.
Junior year is the year that colleges look at the most. Knowing this I pushed myself to my limit pre track season; I worked harder than I have before in the sport and made incredible improvements. Once track season started I was so eager to show the world what I was capable of. The first few competitions were both fairy large and very important. I went into both competitions excited and motivated only to walk away frustrated and disappointed.
When this problem occurred , I felt like there was nothing I can do. The problem was that I have had a hard time going out there to make friends. Because since I was little I only had one friend who would hang out with me in school. Then, the years went by she left me in this other group. When that occurred,I felt really depressed.
The learning curve was hard, and I didn’t make the cut for Freshman Region. This really made me feel down, as just the year before, I was the 2nd overall chair in my class. For a few weeks, my confidence really wavered; However, with the encouragement of some upperclassmen, I eventually decided to move on to the next thing. All-Region, the real deal was only a month away. By using my failure as motivation, I discovered a work-ethic I never knew I had, practicing more than I had before.
The year and a half I spent after high school wondering what I should do with my life was a pretty low point in my life. I was confused and most of the time thought poorly of myself. College has helped re-invigorate me and helped me see my self-worth again. Going to class and seeing myself succeed made me feel better than I had in quite a while. Then finding a career that I am excited about has helped me be eager for what the future holds.
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