Because of this, I didn’t make any major changes to it, just a few changes to make it more sharper and flow better. First, I fixed all of the punctual and grammatical errors I made. The biggest revision I made to the analysis was decreasing the size of the quotes I used. There were several instances where I quoted almost entire paragraphs. Although at the time I thought this added important evidence, now I see that most of it was unnecessary and distracted from the point I was trying to make.
In addition to this, I also worked incredibly hard to catch up in school. After dropping out of high school, during my junior year, I fell very far behind. In order to get back on track I left my siblings with trusted family members and moved up to Alaska to stay with my father. In Alaska I enrolled back in school the following year and tried to catch up, to no avail. I switched schools three times before finally settling into an alternative school.
After taking the Jung Typology test and looking over the Career Indicator I learned an immense amount of what all I am interested in and what I would be good at doing in life. My results that I received after taking the Jung Typology test was that I tend to be more of a guardian. Personally. I both agree and disagree with the results that I got back after taking the online test. Using the results that I received I will now look into different career paths that I have never thought about looking into before.
As a returning student seeking a bachelor 's degree in my fifties, married for thirty-three years, I returned to college when our second born went to first grade, to become a registered nurse. As a typical nurse, I tend to put my needs second. Therefore, I am working toward completing my degree. As I read chapter one in Malcolm Gladwell 's book, the Outliers, I do not agree with Malcolm’s philosophy. While I was growing up; my childhood experiences were not about having choices to practice my talents, but the want and need to be part of a family business.
On the other hand, I was eager about going to a laboratory and getting some real life working experience. At the end of the week, I realized that there was nothing to worry about, and that this experience maybe one the best things that happened during these long four years of college. I was supposed to start my clinical rotation in the chemistry department of the laboratory at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital but, due to interference with the
I truly believed that I already lost. Regardless, I went into the audition room, did my absolute best, and came out searching for a way to console myself. My mom took me out to eat afterwards, but instead of conversing I incessantly checked my phone every other minute for the results. Nearly an hour later, just after I arrived home, I checked the results and the trombones who made it were posted; there my name stood listed as the third best trombone. Personally, I am not the type to get excited over positive results, but this occasion was remarkably unique.
As I reflect on the past 15 months of attending CCU. I recall the excitement, and the overwhelming stress of having to work full time and attend online college. I was not sure that I could complete my degree at fifty years old. Because of being out of school for over 30 years. I was somewhat reluctant to give it a try.
In the future I will try to recieve help earlier on because at first I struggled to understand what the purpose of the paper was. Eventually I was able to figure it out on my own with research and through asking peers, but it would've been a lot easier to just ask for an advisors or instructors help. The last peer review assignment completed was significantly more successful
The other supporting evidence I included was a lot of facts on how many women are helped by Planned Parenthood’s services, which I backed up by citing the Guttmacher institute and Planned Parenthood. I think the Guttmacher institute was a good source to include and I also explained a little about it as well to inform the audience that it was a nonpartisan organization and the data I collected was not biased. My weakest source was definitely using Planned Parenthood itself, because it is obvious that the organization would only provide the public with positive facts and data. I think if I would have gotten rid of the Planned Parenthood source and included a few other very reliable and nonbiased ones then my arguments would have been more effective. I completely agree with Anthony Neu’s comment that “next time I should use more resources to cite my facts.” I will definitely take this into consideration for my next speech if I have a lot of facts to