When looking overall at Junior year, you view your grades and consider how you probably had a lot of pressure on you and your classes were harder than you expected going into it. My Junior year revolved around those ideas while taking a turning spin when my cousin passed away. Losing him was like losing the other half of not only myself, but my family. After the accident, we realized that he was our backbone. Focusing throughout school while the memories of that day streaming through my mind were never untroubled when trying to get through junior year. So yes, I had a fall out, but learning how to push through and keep your head high is what got me to raise it all up and continue trying. The feeling of walking through Illinois State University was a strong connection of feeling like a second home for the next four years. It’s that type of feeling
There are many reasons I believe I should be inducted into National Honors Society. First, I maintain an A grade average. Second, I am a leader in my school and community. Third, I am very active with actives in and out of school. These are all great qualities to have.
I have always put my grades before anything else and it is imperative for me to always get my work done before anything. Given the past couple years, I have blossomed into an organized student while maintaining my 3.5 GPA. Despite hardships, I have always made the effort to get into focus, strap my armor on, and complete all my work. For many scholars, getting done what you need is almost a gift to oneself. Once you achieve your goals, you feel rewarded and even fulfilled. I believe that I am always pushing myself to succeed and every active member in NHS should do the same. It is important to take one’s schooling seriously and always push and strive for being the most successful that you can academically be and I will always be one who continues to do
For my Capstone Project, I chose the career as physician assistant. I worked hard throughout the year to make sure I make a good grade on the Capstone Project. I job shadowed at D.D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center in the pain management unit. I spent most of the time observing my mentor while she performed check-ups on her patients. Also, I saw my mentor give injections to patients to help with pain.
I learned in this activity how crucial time management skills will be to my ability to complete this course successfully. The analysis from the questionnaire (Table 2) as well as keeping a record of what activities I focus on for a couple of days, opened my eyes to a few areas of improvement. From the patterns observed I could see that most of my time was taken up by work and commitments as well as procrastination. Not being able to juggle theses successful led to irritation and was unproductive. Research suggests that managing ones emotions, being self-aware and self-motivate can be factors for success for a student (Allan, 2009).
Coming back from summer vacation is difficult, but coming back and having to start in a totally new environment makes it even harder. I remember coming back and being confuzed. Not just academically, but also socially. I would wonder how I would fit in with my new peers, and if I would start falling behind in my classes. Lucky for you, I have some advice for you, so you can do your absolute best in Jr. High, whether it’s academically, socially, or anything about personal responsibility, I’ve got you covered.
Explicit plans in the first step will become futile if we do not take action. Merely hoping for chances does not help us get good outcomes. Whoever just waits for chances to knock their door is unlikely to reach success; therefore, taking action as well as working hard is the key for us to catch more
Extracurricular activities can range from a variety of things such as sports, clubs, or hobbies that are participated in by a group of peers. Activities like these have many perks but also may contain cons depending on the person and how much effort they are willing to put in to what they do. Overall students that participate in extracurricular activities will have a better outlook in real world situations than students who don 't participate in anything.
First of all, I feel as if I am a very dedicated person, whether it’s related to my educational goals, current job or career goals, or personal relationships. I take dedication seriously because I believe dedication shows you truly care about that goal you are trying to attain or that person of which you are trying to maintain a good, lasting relationship.
Many people have different opinions on what successful means. But this is how I define being successful. Successful can mean working hard and reaching your goal or having a lot of money or doing what you love and never giving up.
Every single person in this world is born with some weaknesses and strengths. Throughout our life we work to develop our weaknesses and continue to make the most of our strengths for a better future. Some people stay in denial and think they are perfect while others act on them, recognize their weaknesses and work on it to fix them. I graduated from nursing school in June 2013 and had several job interviews. I still remember human resource staff asking me about my professional strengths and weaknesses. At that time I did not realize the significance of these questions or the influence my answers had on my outcome, but now after working as a registered nurse for 2 years and taking some communication and professionalism classes I can wholly understand
Time management is a very crucial component if you are willing to have a productive lifestyle. To be honest, I have always had issues with managing my time efficiently. This problem had become a huge obstacle once I got into college. Thus, attending a lecture that focuses on time management helped me a lot with this problem by introducing me to different aspects related to time management: planning, SMART goals, and important/urgent matrix.
Introduction: Ethics is something that all people should hold as a core value. I firmly believe that ethical behavior is what drives the world forward. Knowing the difference between right and wrong can make all the difference in how a person lives and how others view them. I will be discussing my own personal views on ethics. I will explain my own ethical upbringing, and how I see ethics applied in society today.
Typically I wait until the last minute to do something. This often works but it is really stressful and probably not the best thing to do. Sometimes I will just never do the assignment. To improve these habits i'm going to start setting the deadline for these assignments an few days earlier then they are assigned. This way I can make myself do it before its due. For my math homework I usually do it all right before I have to turn it in even though I have an math lab to work on it. Math is already a hard subject for me and I never understand it. I am going to start doing my math homework in math lab, so I can make sure I understand the
As a student one of my strengths is organization. I can say I can keep my school materials and notebooks organized in a way that I and others can comprehend. The reason I can say I am organized is because, I have hardly ever had in the past or present any issues with trying to find homework or assignments because I always kept my materials for each class organized and in a place I could easily find. Another strength I have is social skills. I can believe that I communicate with others well in a group. The reason for this is that I can explain topics in a group if someone does not understand, I can say that this skill came with confidence to speak up and trust myself.