Th current plan for me is to enter into either biochemistry or molecular biology next year and continue my scientific journey in those programs. However, my main goal is to apply to dentistry school after my undergraduate degree and complete the DAT test. I’m relatively confident that both of the specializations mentioned will give me enough scientific experience to get accepted into dentistry school. Before the semester I could never have narrowed it down to what I want to specialize in second year at McMaster. However, Science 1A03 has offered me a great amount of information about the different faculties that I can make an educated choice. The introductory talks that occurred every week gave me a great amount of information about each faculty and it let me narrow down my choices. My mentors also aided me to decide on future plans by giving their opinions on each of the different programs second year. Another tool that was useful in my decision was the MAP website that is provided by the academic advisor offices at McMaster. The website is hugely interactive and all the different programs in science are listed on it. In addition, each program is explained in much detail, such as what requirements are needed and what types of courses you’ll be taking in the program. I used the MAP tool to advance through the different biology programs second year and base my decision on the detailed descriptions provided. In the end, Science 1A03 has made it significantly simple to plan my pathway in McMaster second year and ultimately after my undergraduate
Do you remember in kindergarten when the teacher would ask the class what they wanted to be when they grew up? The answers usually consisted of firemen, doctors, princesses, cowboys, or an astronaut. Then there was always the teacher’s pet who of course said they wanted to be a teacher (typical). Well college is a lot like kindergarten. Your advisor asks you,” what do you want to do with your life after college”, but this time the answers don’t come as easily. According to recent studies almost 80 percent of students in the United States end up changing their major at least 3 times over the course of their college career. Last summer when I wrote this essay I said I wanted to be a teacher, but this summer is a little different.
As a sophomore at Bard High School Early Queens, my current ambition is to expand my knowledge on the history of our world, but more prominently to improve myself as a person, in which that’s probably the reason why everyone is here at an early college. Given the opportunities to introduce myself, I would like to start off by telling you about my goals and my anticipation i.e. earning an M.D. and become a medical doctor, or a Ph.D. and teach in the sciences, or perhaps both. Either way, my ultimate goal is to go back to Thailand; use the knowledge learned here, and apply it to my country. My love for my country is ubiquitous and I am highly confident that I will be able to benefit my country if I maintain my perseverance, determination, and dedication.
Healthcare has long been known for being the most rewarding, demanding, and rapidly growing fields. However, from a young age, I knew that my purpose in life lay within its realms. I would watch medical shows like Untold Stories of the E.R and play with one of those plastic doctor kits trying to emulate the television. That is when I decided I wanted to be an Emergency Room doctor. Throughout Middle school career, I got high marks in science as I found that more interesting than anything else. When I got to High School, I had the opportunity to sign up for Health Science classes to get a jump start on my goals. This was the first time I started to question not choice field, but rather the profession itself.
It is important to set goals because without setting goals nothing or nearly as many activities will get done. Goals give us motivation, so setting goals in college will give us a purpose to graduate. Lastly, setting long term goals will allow us to complete transformations so large they are unimaginable right now. No matter how short or long term the goal is, it is important.
The United States has hundreds of Universities, each with their own self-proclaimed “strengths.” Amongst the engineering, military, and art schools stands a branch of institutions whose aim is exactly the opposite of this. Liberal arts institutions pride themselves on not being strong only in one specific area but rather a broad spectrum of disciplines. When one enters a liberal arts school, they walk into a community with an emphasis on a holistic, well cultured education. At Boston College (BC), this multi-disciplinary education style is more structured than other institutions. BC mandates students take “core classes” which include everything from classes in cultural diversity to natural sciences to theology.
Growing up I’d just figured school and learning had a cutoff point (fast forward some 30 plus year’s later), boy was I wrong. Now married with kids, I must show them how continuing educational goals helps them be successful in life. Recently I had a talk with my oldest child (who is a high school freshman) about how important it is to get good grades. In our conversation I ask him what he want to be “a Sports Doctor!” he said. My next question was “did you plan out what classes you need, to accomplish this goal?” his answer “No”. Five years ago, I decided to go back to school and earn my Master’s Degree. Completing my Master’s Degree in Information Technology Management, allows me to fulfill one of my goals. I’ve always been intrigued with computers and programing, ever since I got a Commodore 128 computer in the 80’s.
In some societies, students are expected to identify a career by the time they enter high school. Their courses of study in high school are selected to guide them toward a specific career. I do not think it is a good idea because the students are not old enough to know what career they actually want, they do not know what the job is fully about, and they may have several different careers they like. Students are not old enough to know what career they actually want. Many of times students say the want to be a doctor, but when they get close to that career they tend not to like it as much anymore. Students tend to wonder off that path they chose to take first, but they get right on a different path and still end up with an amazing
My short term education goals include attending Northern Virginia Community College for two years and completing my Associates in Science degree in engineering. I hope to join the honors college and graduate with a GPA of 4.0. During my time at Northern Virginia Community College, I hope to truly learn and prepare myself not only for transfering to a University but also for real work and life after college by applying the skills and knowledge I learn. Not only do I want to learn but I want to spend time in extracurricular activities such as cross country or join clubs like the robotics or math club. My goal is to complete community college with no debt. After I graduate from from Northern Virginia Community College I plan to continue my education at the University of Virginia or Virginia Tech where I hope to graduate with bahelors degree in Electrical Engineering.
My respectable future is slowing sneaking up on me and I have to be prepared. I have strived for satisfactory grades and an abundant of community service hours to do so. The career path that I have chosen for myself is Forensic Anthropology, which has always fascinated me. This career is obviously not easy to achieve, but I believe with the right determination and work/study ethic, I can potentially flourish in my future education. I plan to attend community college for two years, and then move on to a 4 year university to work on my degree.
My education that I’m receiving is currently from Central Arizona College. At Central Arizona College it is most common to enroll in general courses then elective courses. General courses are commonly math, science, english and literature, and history. As for my education I have completed my general requirements, now I am taking extra elective courses to fulfill my credit requirements. My education by my school and family, the selection of my courses, the recommended standards for educational success, and the improvement of education itself are important aspects in my educational life.
When I initially heard about the Myers Briggs personality test, I was immediately intrigued. Yet, at the same time, I was slightly skeptical of the possibility that one, simple test would be able to categorize all types of people into just 16 different personalities. I felt that personality tests diminished
Are you interested in biomedical science careers? If you are looking for an interesting field of study that remains largely unexplored and esoteric, then this is it! For though there is much hullabaloo about biomedical engineering in India, the study of biomedical science itself remains a rarity. It refers to the natural and life sciences applied domain, and is used for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of various human diseases. Related streams include pathology, human biology, cell and molecular biology, biomedical engineering, genetics, epidemiology, immunology, pharmacology, clinical, or applied chemistry.
I want to be involved with this program so that I start to develop the skills necessary to be an aerospace engineer. With the knowledge that I could learn through this experience, I feel that it could genuinely help me educationally, as this class will advance my mathematical and scientific academics. The experience that this class offers will benefit me immensely with my career in the future. I want to be in this class because I have always been interested in engineering, especially aerospace engineering. I have always been in the most advanced math and science classes that my school offers, and I have always done superbly in them. I am approachable by my peers. I am punctual and focused when it comes to my schoolwork. I love being challenged
In our work, each supervisor uses a set of specific methods to influence his or her subordinates. А supervisor’s personal characteristics influence their decision-making and because of this, the work acquires а specific look, individual uniqueness and it expresses the style of leadership. The term "style" is characterized as a specific approach of a leader for solving problems and guiding human individuals and teams. It derives from the Greek word "stŷlos,” which translated, means "character/style”, i.e., the individual style is unique (Style. 2018). The term has significant meaningful wealth and is widely used both in science and in the various fields of human practice (every person - style of life). In the next few pages, I will describe my leadership style using theory and personal opinion, and I will define advantages, disadvantages and in which way I want to develop my own style.