In the fall of 2018, I will begin my journey towards my career goals by attending Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. When I received my acceptance letter in December announcing that I was chosen into Drake’s pharmacy program, I was ecstatic! This was so important to me because it meant that I had achieved my first goal of being accepted into my first choice college. The reason I am passionate about Drake is because it is a smaller school and the teachers are dedicated to their students, much like the teachers at Columbus High School. I also admire Drake because it is ranked as one of the top pharmacy schools in the country.
This philosophy is commonly used by youngsters all around the world. I think this is an important philosophy as it always remind us that life is extremely short and we should live our life to the fullest because we only live once. Many teenagers like myself will apply this philosophy when we are trying out new things. This motivate us to do extreme activities or take some risk to complete a task. In my life, I have applied this philosophy in two separate occasion.
And I know for sure the master program of Computer Engineering at University of Texas at Austin (UT) will help me with my goal and direct me through the right academic career path. After I finished high school I immediately applied for engineering college in King Abdulaziz University (KAU) without any hesitation. I knew that Computer Engineering is the right path for me. In KAU I refine my academic skills and my knowledge in that field. During my study I took a course in Microprocessor with Professor Muhammed Shafiq and there was a turning point of my academic life I discovered my strengths in that class I noticed how competitive I become when I work under challenging environment.
This year I’ve decided to make some interesting new year 's resolutions.Starting with my personal improvement I chose to change my appearance.Mostly because my girlfriend needs a handsome boyfriend to show off.My other resolution involving family and friends is being more nice to my girlfriend Jayla B.,it’s the little things that matter and I want to make her feel like a princess again,like the one she already is.My main new year 's resolution this year is to be much more smart and get my assignments in time.Starting with this one of course I want to hold only A-grades no B’s or C’s nothing like that I only want A’s,I’m determined at this point and you better believe I will have only A’s.What I mostly need is to never give up,I normally get lazy and procrastinate a lot which really
It was actually in my first year of IIT itself. I got associated with a startup incubated at SINE and helped them make a major business turnaround. That's where the bug caught on. But the bug was intensified in my second year when I became a secretary in the hostel student body. I knew instantly that any authority over me is not something which I can handle easily.
Reflecting on how I have gotten where I am, I remembered a first-year undergraduate version of myself. I was a science major succeeding at everything but my science classes. I considered switching my major, I even considered switching universities, but I decided to stand up to the challenge that I had accepted upon matriculation and simply try harder. I admittedly didn’t have a strong science background upon entering college and it was disappointing seeing my fellow students barely study and get A’s on tests, while I studied constantly for a B-. However, this determination for success paid off by my sophomore year when I began to thrive in my science coursework.
“I want to be a civil engineer.” It was in the third grade when I made that statement in front of the class. At that time, I did not have a concrete idea what civil engineers do. It just sounded nice to me when my mother said that it’s a good career. Without a second thought, I plan to take BS Civil Engineering after graduating from high school. It’s a bliss when I managed to gain admission as a civil engineering student in the premiere university in the Philippines.
We were incredibly close. We always talked about coming back home after our graduate studies to play our roles in rebuilding the country. “We can sit on our butts undifferentiated from the arm-chair whiners or we could actually stand up and be the change,” John said once. He was an undeniable source of inspiration for me personally, and he made me have high hopes for and belief in Nigeria. On account of this, John’s passing was rather hard for me to swallow and it took a tremendous toll on me.
Just the seasoning, without chicken. The circumstances we face, make the dream to become a scholar really feels like a dream. Let alone to continue college, high school administration staff even remember my name just because I often late to pay school tuition. However, I dare myself to join SNMPTN registration. I passed it.
Often people will say that you are a product of your environment, that you are at the whim of “where you come from.” However, I think life is much more adaptable and that you can be an outsider even in your native soil. The life from which I came is not one that I ever wish to return to and I seek to only learn from it; I recognize my roots, but I like to imagine that I’ve been brought to a better climate in a more loving soil. I like to imagine myself like a plant that’s been torn apart but has grown around the scars. Before I was twelve, I lived with my mom and my four brothers and sisters. At one point, we lived in an apartment that soon became termite-ridden and we became homeless for awhile, landing upon a ‘home’ on a boulevard in Martinez, California.