My family was so excited when i started high school. They got to make calls to the rest of their family back in europe and brag about me but it wasn't just the fact that i started high school it was what i wanted to be after high school, a doctor. I would be the first in my whole family, and to them that was the most exciting acomplishment. It felt good to them and to me, knowing i wanted to be what they wanted. They were proud of me. The glow of happiness that gave me was priceless.Starting high school was what i needed, but not a fun eperiance. As exciting as the idea was it slowly turned into a prison. I started off with good grades focusing on school and my goal. I even made some wonderful friends. But the longer i was in school the more bullies noticed me. i didn't need to do anything bad they just needed someone with enough low self esteme and i had it. i colored my hair and I started to struggle keeping my grades together and keeping my firends together and soon enough i was hopeless. As that depression grew i graduated highschool with C's to D-'s, my family was not happy.
Later in my life, I would like to study and become a chiropractor. I feel like this is an appropriate career for me. This is suitable for me because, it requires you to talk to your patients. I also like the idea of helping others figure out their issues, and getting them back to work. I feel like being a chiropractor would be a great job for me.
My thematic pathway consists of three classes: Introduction to Music, Introduction to Sociology, and Digital System. The first two classes were taken in John Jay College and the last one was taken in my first semester at Buffalo University. These classes come together to qualify my global pathway under the topic of Design and the Build Environment. Nevertheless, I am still not sure how they assimilated into this topic to develop our critical thinking skill and analytical skill to approaches the problem solving as how it descripted on the website. Furthermore, it really gives me a tough time to make these classes echoed each other. However, I will attempt to connect these classes together and explain how these classes correspond to each other
Well my first concrete strategies is to have Fridays off which mean I can be able to work Friday all day. My second strategy is to end my classes between 12:05pm or 1:30pm in order to have my afternoon free to work. My three strategy is to find a location that is not far from my house nor John Jay College so that the commute from school to work and work to school is not far so, that I can be able to balance my school work and a job. Also If I find a location that works on Saturday and Sunday I can work from Friday to Sunday giving me a flexible time to balance work and
A personal statement is a technique in which you somewhat examine yourself in determination to comprehend and gifts and weaknesses. Your dislikes, likes, habits, attitudes, or behaviors can be initiate throughout this development. You can use the discoveries to your benefit by accepting or changing strengths and weaknesses. I plan on using this time to improve my own skills to develop a better student and find accomplishment in receiving my Masters at Argosy University.
a year ago, I was in high school working towards accomplishing my long-term goal of graduating high school with honors and a maintaining a high GPA. After years of striving for my goals I graduated top of my class, was accepted to the colleges I applied, and I was awarded with a few scholarships that helped me pay for all my college tuition. Going into my freshmen year of college I felt proud that I honor the chance to continue my education because no one in my family had ever attended college. As time was approaching for me to begin my journey as a freshmen, it was time to begin the next goals. The most important long term goal for me was to pass all my classes with an A and I accomplished it by focusing on myself and setting my school priorities
Self-Improvement Goals 1. Stop procrastinating over my homework and organize my time better. 2. Begin to make new friends at school this year. 3. Read more books during my free time at home and at school. 4. Become a better potter by learning new techniques to sculpt clay. 5. Expand my vocabulary to become a better writer. 6. Become fluent at speaking Spanish. 7. Develop neater penmanship. Education and Career Goals 1. Pass all of my classes this year with a 90 and above. 2. Pass all my regents exams and FLACS exam with an 85 and above 3. Join the National Honor Society. 4. Graduate High School with an Advanced Regents Diploma and with honor cords. 5. Get a decent score on my SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) exam of a 2100. 6. Attend
While every single word in this personal statement is true, I would have been naive if I had asserted the following statement even a few years ago; maturity, experience, and deep-seated introspection allow me to say with confidence that I now fully understand and appreciate the significance of being given the opportunity to attend law school. As what should be every other applicant, I have faith in my ability to succeed throughout my education and legal career thereafter. What experiences, characteristics, and abilities demonstrate why I am a more desirable candidate as opposed to, for example, someone with a somewhat similar occupational background, grade point average, and score on the law school admission test?
In the spring 2015 semester I decided to sign up for the career action certificate. When I first joined I never thought I would learn so much. I learned so much about my career and about myself. In the Who I Am? Section I learned that a smile can brighten up someone’s day. I never thought that by me smiling a person would get so happy and have so much hope. Volunteering at Give Kids the World provided me with this lesson. Another thing I learned was when I went to the wellness fair and I learned about all the cool apps that can help reduce stress. College can be very stressful and by learning about those new apps and downloading the apps made me reduce a lot of stress. The next section, Where Am I Going? Taught me somethings I didn’t know
I was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on February 8, 2003, at St. John 's hospital. My grandma and my uncles tell me stories of what I would do when I was baby/ infant. When I was about 1 and one-half, I started walking. At age three, I started playing sports such baseball, basketball, and football. I tried soccer, but I didn 't like it.
If someone asked me "what's my story", I would automatically think "I don't know or I don't think I have a story". To me I don't think I've had a lot of thing happen or experience a lot of thing to actually have a story. If I thought I had a story my story would be about how I'm so closed off of feelings. My friends always tell me I'm this heartless person because I never had like his moment where I say "aww" when their telling a sad story or when I don't show any feelings. I would always think how am I a heartless person when they always see me laughing or smiling. But then I realized that I'm not a heartless person I'm just guarded person. I just don't thrust easily with my emotions I don't want anyone to play with me emotions or my thrust
My story starts in May.May 7th to be exact,the day I was born.My life so far has been like a rolloer coaster.I have had my up 's and my down 's. I was born with a kidney problem.What this means is my left and right kidney percentiles are not both 50%. My left is in the 60% range wile my right is around 40% range. I had to get surgery when I was younger.Due to this my doctor and mom have to watch my bathroom flow to make sure nothing is wrong.This still happens today. I am a sophomore in high