Personal Statement: Gaining College Life

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College is a place where you are transformed into the person you want to become in the future. In the same way it gives me determination to peruse my career and achieve my goals that I have prepared for myself. In addition ,which is why it led me to begin college; to make my family proud, pursue my career as a nurse and to experience the college lifestyle. To start off with, my main goal in life to always make my family proud of me. Without my family I would not be the person I am today and have the motivation to attend college. However this is the reason why I cannot let them down. I want to show them that I can achieve and show them that it is possible to accomplish what they were not able to accomplish at my age. Without the motivation…show more content…
Since I was a little girl I have always been told to be on top of my studies and to go do what I love most. However, with college I am able to take on and obtain new knowledge to further my studies and do what I love most. I see college as another stepping stone into a great life and future. Being able to attend college is a blessing, this will help me understand and see the different perspective of the world around me. The final reason that led me to college is to experience the" life of as a college student". I have learned that college is nothing compared to high school. Being a college student is not easy, it is about learning from others, learning how to become independent and following your dreams. I will continue to keep working hard and get myself a step closer each day to my dream career. To sum everything up college is an opportunity that not everyone has, so being able to attend college is a blessing that no one should take for granted. Having the support and motivation of my family is what keeps me from letting them down as a college student. choosing to attend college is the only way to succeed and expand my knowledge as the nurse I plan to be. finally being able to experience the independency and maturity as a young
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