In a society where technology is the prevelant focus, it is important to keep with the demands of an ever-changing world. With new advances being developed everyday, it is essential to adapt to the future outlook. The problems that are critical today, will not be issues in the future thanks to intelligent engineers. I wish to be a part of those engineers who have the grit to tackle the world's greatest Issues. With an interest in Mechanical Engineering, I could work on many applications. Whether it is working on a cleaner power grid for homes in America, cleaner and more efficient means of transportation, or developing the next technological breakthrough, I know that I am destined to be apart of something wonderful. I dream big because I know …show more content…
She always influenced me to be the best version of myself that I could be. Whether it was practicing my ABC's or counting numbers during car trips, it was her that ultimately encouraged my early intellectual excellence. By the time I was two years old, I could tie my shoes, recite the ABC's, and write my name. However it was mathematics that truly struck an interest in me. When I was in second grade, my teacher noticed that I was advanced. She decided to discuss the possibilities of moving me ahead a year with my parents. My mother decided it was in my best interest to keep me in second grade, so they decided to move me up a grade in Math. This is where my journey began. I was ahead one year in Math until fifth grade where I was again moved forward and learned Pre Algebra. I took Geometry and Alebra II in middle school, and Precalculus as a freshman. As a sophomore, I dove head first into the wonderful world of Calculus and took AP Calculus BC. As a junior I took Calculus III and I am currently taking Applied Differential Equations at Drake University. The years of advanced math classes changed the way I thought and learned. It opened up my brain to try new things and apply my intelligence outside the
In 7th grade, I transferred from Bryan Middle school to Visitation Catholic School and there was not enough room in the accelerated math program, which ultimately set me behind. In high school, I found myself bored in math and knew I needed to challenge myself, so I ended up setting up a meeting with the math department head and we discussed my options. Sophomore year, I ended up taking two math classes, which was not easy; double the test, quizzes and lessons! However, by taking two math classes, I was able to get myself into a higher math class which ultimately was my goal, and achieving it was an amazing feeling.
As a middle school student I was always horrible in math. It truly was my worst subject. Lucky enough for me I was able to pass with the lowest scores possible. As I graduated and entered high school, I realized that it was no longer that easy to pass without knowing the material. So because of this I knew I had to study and take time out to really grasp the methods and learn how to use them.
I decided to study math when I was in middle school because I excelled in proving theorems and postulates of geometry, compared to other subjects. It only took me a little time to finish the assignment and I was able to verify more abstract theories, which were all extra homework given by my math teacher. Learning math helped me improve my critical and logical thinking about math problems and life situations. It deepened my faith in the necessity of continuous mathematical
My misfortune in math later helped me realize that I needed to change my outlook on school. Instead of dismissing a subject just because I was not good at it, I would rather try and identify what I was doing wrong, and work to fix it. Taking the the ACT engage test helped me realize what my academic strengths and weaknesses are, and how I can use this knowledge to capitalize these strengths so I can be more successful in college than I was in highschool.
I realized something about myself when I took my first college course. The summer of 2016 I began my first college course at the age of 15. I took college algebra online through South Dakota State University. Along with the course I had a packed summer schedule filled with camps and trips. These excursions included Farmers Union State Leadership camp, a mission trip with Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer, “Geology Rocks!”
The main purpose and goal of education is to strengthen the human mind in developing the skills, the knowledge, and an easier way to learn how to deal with specific life challenges that are faced day to day. Education is not about getting ready for life, education is something that never ends. If someone is educated or not, it is clearly shown because education stands out in every person that has it. Being educated is a gift that goes on for life, because every day there is always something knew to learn about. It is like an endless cycle.
Math was a common issue throughout my education. The process of learning was complicated and continually an issue that I needed extra attention to actually pass. It started when I was enrolled in middle school. That is when math was separated based on your scores from test exams. The problem being that my counselor had accidently placed me into these classes, but in the end result just received extra help.
In eighth grade, I was given the opportunities that most schools could not offer. I was able to take Spanish 1 a year early, expediting my foreign language credits. This meant I would be able to fit another STEM class in place of my language elective during my junior year. I was also allowed to switch the required typing class with an introduction to engineering class that focused on using Computer Aided Design software known as C.A.D. This class taught me the basic functions of a program that I was able to use during my engineering classes in high school.
My interest in math has continued to grow as I advance through my education. From the elementary school Continental Math program to the Math Olympiad I take part in now, I have had a passion for math that has inspired me to continuously excel and push myself
I am writing to apply for the advertised vacancy of Teacher –Early Childhood Education - Primary at Redcliffe Primary School, as advertised on the Jobs WA website. I have strong work ethic, organisational skills and have a passion for education. This has been recognised and commended on in previous workplaces and placements. It is through my strong communication and interpersonal skills that has allowed me to create a rapport and collaborate with the school community, colleagues, students and families/caregivers. I pride myself on the creation of engaging educational programs which are evidence based using supplied data on achievement and my in-depth knowledge of the Western Australian Curriculum.
As a high school student I have been involved in many extracurricular activities since my freshman year. I enjoy being part of these organizations and sports not only because I have fun but also, because of the lessons and skills I have learned. Responsibility, leadership and team work are among the most important values I have learned to improve by being part of extracurricular activities. Traits that will help me during college, in my future job and also in my personal life.
One of my greatest passions is helping other people, so much that all of my career goals are oriented at making a difference and being a positive influence on others. I have spent the entirety of high school finding ways that my actions alone could have an impact on a single human being, groups of people, and even the entire area I reside in and that led me to my affection for service and volunteerism Through my engagement at school and in the surrounding community, I have learned how incredible it is to do something so meaningful it improves the quality of another individual’s life or helps promote growth and positive change in a town. I have been actively involved within both my school and town throughout all of high school. I became a member
I am Rifat Ahmed,son of A K Sharif Uddin & Afroza Ferdousi Rosy, finished my Secondary School Certificate (SSC) in May 2014 and Higher secondary certificate (HSC) in August 2016 from Milestone College from science background. From childhood I was an avid reader of science fiction book .Existence of computer ,cars, airplanes and mobile phones are some of the few examples which prove science is omnipresent and we are making process in our society because of it .All this ignited my decision to take science in my higher and secondary study . It is a common knowledge new device and systems are constantly being created and recreated to benefits the business and society .In
One of the most serious problems affecting society today is the wide variety of acute health conditions including cardiac arrest, heart attacks, allergic reactions, and contagious diseases among many others. These conditions affect hundreds of thousands of people around the world every single day, and I, as a soon to be emergency physician, would dedicate my life to be the person who helps patients fight through these conditions, and fight for better health regulations, as well as better education of healthier lifestyles so people can avoid many of these conditions. The field that interests me the most is called Emergency medicine, a specialization in medicine that has a big effect in society, it is the second level of the EMS system that treats patients ranging from simple things such as a simple infection, to a trauma patient, emergency physicians provide the care that stabilizes the patients for specialized care and in some cases even treat their condition.