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The Purpose of an Audit Report - ... However, according to McKonell et al, the audit reports give the user the confidence to use the financial statements by providing reasonable assurance instead of absolute assurance (The CPA Journal 2014). The main role of an audit report is to provide an independent opinion on the faithful representation of an organisation’s accounts and whether they have been prepared in accordance with the relevant rules and regulations (ICAEW). The Company Act (1985) also states that the auditor must report to the members on whether the financial statements show a true or fair view....   [tags: financial statements, shareholders]
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Writing the Academic Essay - Writing the Academic Essay For many high school students, the academic essay is an unforgiving monster that terrorizes their campus, a nightmarish beast that can rip the heart out of G.P.A.'s and dash all hopes for college admission. Yet, others tame this friend with ease, bending its cruel will to theirs as if it was nothing, as if they possessed a secret weapon. Well, guess what. They do. Successful essayists succeed because they are armed with the exact knowledge of what an essay is and how it is made; they know an essay is an organized group of paragraphs that strongly assert and vividly support a central idea....   [tags: Expository Process Essays] 1543 words
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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee - : Statements and Themes - Statements and Themes of To Kill a Mockingbird  Harper Lee makes some direct statements about the thoughts of the public during the mid-nineteen thirties. The simplest way to make a statement in the novel is through the thoughts of Scout. Scout shapes her character from her father's advice. One of the principle values Scout attains from Atticus appears at the end of the novel when she states, "Atticus was right. One time he said you never really know a man until you stand in his shoes and walk around in them" (279)....   [tags: Free Essay Writer] 911 words
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A Closer Look at King Lear and His Statements - A Closer Look at King Lear and His Statements King Lear is undoubtedly an extremely complex character, neither all good nor all bad. From the beginning of the play, it is not difficult for the audience to identify his severe misjudgement. King Lear has decided to retire and to divide his kingdom among his three daughters, with his intention being to prevent future conflict. The decision seems rather unwise, as it could quite easily invite war between the heirs to the throne....   [tags: Papers] 970 words
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Analysing Aurora Alternative Energy Ltd. Financial Statements - Analysing Aurora Alternative Energy Ltd. Financial Statements There are 4 possible ways to interpret the financial statements of Aurora Alternative Energy Ltd. This is by profitability, efficiency, liquidity, and financial gearing. The date of 31- 12- 2007 Aurora Alternative Energy Ltd statements have been provided. Profitability is the key target of any business. The profitability ratios so the success or the failure of some businesses. The ratios are there to express the profits made by a business so that on financial statements so that they compare how they are doing compared to other business and how they’ve done in the past....   [tags: Business Finance Accounting] 1736 words
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Investigating the Effect of Misleading Questions on the Accuracy of Witness Statements - Investigating the Effect of Misleading Questions on the Accuracy of Witness Statements Aim: To investigate the effect of misleading questions on the accuracy of witness statements. Introduction: Reconstructive memory, or the idea of a schema, a mental framework into which related information or ideas fit together, was first introduced by Bartlett in 1932. In storing information we may reconstruct it to fit into our own personal memory, so it conforms to our existing beliefs, values and expectations....   [tags: Papers] 822 words
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My Philosophy of Education - Philosophy of Education A famous author once said, “When you don’t know where you are going, any road will take you there.” There is truth in that statement when we look at the nature of humans today. Today’s society is filled with people who are wondering around with no purpose or direction in life. People today are content with this helpless lifestyle and so generation after generation will continue until the society has no leaders. I attribute this directly to the education of these individuals....   [tags: Philosophy on Teaching Statement] 1872 words
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My Philosophy of Education - Philosophy of Education If I had to pick one view that is most compatible with my own view and learning and teaching it would have to be Constructivism. If I got to choose another one I would go with Cognitive. Constructivism is a view that focuses on the active role of the learner and a Cognitive view sees learning as an active mental process of receiving, remembering, and using knowledge. Both of these views see the role of students as an active role; an involved role. I believe that we learn knowledge and change our behavior based upon this knowledge; instead of the other way around....   [tags: Philosophy of Teaching Statement] 1516 words
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The Art of Writing - Writing is like art- it helps us to express ourselves. However, writing differs from art in that it has to follow specific parameters, such as structure, syntax, grammar, and so on. At the beginning of the quarter, I had preconceived ideas as to what "good" writing was, and how I should go about it. While working on my first assignment, I discovered that to be reasonably successful at this I had to leave behind my perceptions of writing as it is accepted in my country and to start from scratch. Throughout this portfolio, I demonstrate my development and growth as a writer....   [tags: Writing Analysis] 1022 words
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Leadership Philosophies - Everyone has a different definition of what makes someone a leader. My definition is not a statement of requirements, but more so a list of characteristics. I believe it takes a strong, independent, dependable, open-minded, thoughtful, selfless, smart and creative, someone who can work well with others, able to work under pressure, respectful, and experienced individual to be a leader. I believe it is someone who knows who they are and know their morals, someone who has already found who they are in life and accepts who they are, making what I believe the most important characteristic is, is someone who knows and sticks with their personal values....   [tags: Mission Statement, Career Path]
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Generally Accepted Accounting Principles - Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP) are a set of rules for accounting used to prepare and standardize the reporting of financial statements, such as balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) impose these rules on publicly traded and some privately traded companies located within the United States' borders. Although, GAAP is not written into law, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) sets GAAP. US GAAP designed to make financial statements useful to creditors, investors, and shareholders, providing insight into the financial stability of a company....   [tags: financial statements, income, accounting]
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Personal Mission Statement - If I wrote this paper 20 years ago while I was attending North Central Bible College, my thoughts on what I believed was the personal call on my life and of my plans for ministry after college would have created an essay that is significantly different than what I am writing here. My interpretation of a calling was probably like most of the students that attended NCBC, that it is a divine mission placed on your life, meaning that your life is dedicated to the furthering of the Gospel through the means of full-time career minded ministry....   [tags: Personal Experience] 1772 words
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Personal Leadership Statement - Is a leader as defined in the Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary, merely one who leads - synonymous with a boss. Or something more. I believe that a leader is much more than that and can be defined in any number of ways. In attempting to define a leader personally, I will use both myself and others as examples. For many years, I have been told by teachers, family, and friends that I am a good leader. Until fairly recently, I had never truly thought about what it means to be a good leader and just took it as a compliment....   [tags: Leadership] 1252 words
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Personal Leadership Statement - As a person who is for the most part uncomfortable with change, it is important that I find ways be a leader in a world that is ever changing. In order to be the best and most prepared leader as possible, it is necessary to be aware of one’s core identity and the values, talents, and strengths that are included in this. Consistent with the indications of Vaill’s term, “permanent white water”, the tendency of the world to change is unavoidable and “continual”. We as leaders must find ways to adapt and acclimate ourselves to these situations....   [tags: management and leadership]
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Teaching Vision Statement - Teaching has changed from when my grandmother was a teacher in the seventies. The subject matter to teach to students, teaching style, discipline, even how to talk to students has changed. The only thing that has stayed the same is the feelings about teaching. The ones where the teachers care about the students, the teachers will do anything in their power to see a failing student succeed. It is this care, this need to help students that have gotten teachers throgh the lean times in the schools right now where there are cut backs seen in every section of the school....   [tags: no child left behind]
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Statement of Purpose for Ph.D. in PSE / LSTD - Last autumn as I began my graduate studies in Information Management at the University of Washington while working at Microsoft, I was struck by a short biography of Dr. Bror Saxberg hanging on the Wall of Rhodes Scholars. Dr. Saxberg made a significant impact in education by enabling children to maximize their success in life. He did this by focusing on how children learn, how technology could benefit them, and by creating an “economic engine” that allowed his work to be self-funding so that he could continue to innovate....   [tags: PhD, congition, psychology, ] 1823 words
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My Way To Becoming An Mba - My way to becoming an MBA Motivation Statement The world is changing from day to day. In order to cope with this constant change, every single person needs to be flexible, open minded and innovative in every matter. I am currently working for Archer Daniels Midland, one of the leaders on the market of agricultural products. ADM has its offices in nearly every country of the world, giving jobs to people of more than a hundred different nationalities. Therefore, it was imperative to ensure a high level of flexibility at my current position, being ready to relocate and start up a new life, in a new surrounding, with new tasks, with new colleagues....   [tags: Personal Statements] 1170 words
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Strategies for Effective College Writing - ... A few websites that should never be used in college writing are Wikipedia, Wikianswers, yahoo answers, and ask.com are just a few. These websites are most of the time written by the average person who has no affiliation with the area being studied. If students must use the internet, there are options that can lead them to scholarly sources. Google Scholar, DOAJ.com, or some universities let the public search their online libraries for scholarly articles. An important aspect of writing a research paper is to know your target audience, whom do you expect to read the paper....   [tags: Plagiarism, strategies, writing]
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How to Write an Expository Essay - How to Write an Expository Essay When writing an essay, follow these eight basic steps: Select a topic: Be sure the topic is narrow enough to make it manageable within the space of an essay Write a thesis sentence: Be sure the thesis statement(or sentence) expresses a controlling idea that is neither too broad nor too specific to be developed effectively Select a method of development: Check through all the methods before you finally settle on the one which will best serve your thesis: definition example compare and contrast cause and effect classification process analysis Organize the essay: Begin by listing the major divisions which the body paragraphs in your essay will disc...   [tags: Expository Essay] 298 words
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Argument of the Hume's Response to the Missing Shade of Blue - ... Similarly, if the deaf man was able to have his hearing restored, then he would be able to form ideas of sounds as he is able to have impressions of them (Hume 2007, 14). Furthermore, Hume argues that if you have never had an impression of an object, then you cannot form an idea of that object (Hume 2007, 14). For example, if you have never eaten a strawberry, then you cannot form an idea of what a strawberry tastes like. I shall now examine the “missing shade of blue” counter-example formulated by Hume which suggests that it is possible that ideas are independent and are not copied from our impressions....   [tags: atomism, non-genetic thesis,copy principle]
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Free Automated Essay Writer - The new and improved Automated Essay Writer automatically writes your assignment, essays, articles, research papers for you. All you need to do is enter your assignment requirements and the Automated Essay Writer will present you with a unique and original essay within just few seconds. The only problem is that it has not yet been developed. Until the day we have finally perfected the Automated Essay Writer, one must be able to express themselves in writing if they wish to participate in the modern world....   [tags: Automated Essay Writer] 2253 words
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The Importance of Fiscal Health Knowledge - ... Since ratios alone are mathematical computations representing data, a single ratio cannot provide a complete perspective a company’s health, and there may be concerns in objectivity since the ratios are based on the organization own chart of accounts (Bruce 2008). Another potential concern could be the possibility for fraudulent data. Well (2001) reports on this particular area and highlights the possibility of management creating “artificial profits or decreases losses’” when gross profit on sales shrink from one period to the next....   [tags: financial data, financial statements, performance]
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THE FORMAL PAPER - THE FORMAL PAPER An Overview The analytical paper can take many forms depending on the discipline for which you are writing the paper. As well, the bibliographic and footnote/parenthetical reference format you use will be different for English and Spanish papers. Please discuss the format of your paper, including bibliographic references, with your teacher BEFORE you get started. The following will provide you with an overview of a generic analytical essay, and, on the back, some sample portions of a student essay: IN GENERAL The analytical essay is generally three parts....   [tags: writing] 1709 words
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My Philosophy of Education - My Philosophy of Education All children can learn. This has been a philosophy of mine ever since I won a contest in fourth grade. All fourth graders were asked to submit a saying a that was going to be put on our school flag. To my surprise, I won and that was what made me realize just how true that statement is. However, that philosophy can be broken up into five components. The first being the purpose of education. Second, the nature of knowledge. Third, the nature of the student. Next, the method used in teaching....   [tags: Philosophy of Education Statement Teaching Essays] 1099 words
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My Philosophy of Education - My Philosophy of Education "I believe the children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way. Show them all the beauty they possess inside. Give them a sense of pride...These lyrics from "The Greatest Love of All" sung by Whitney Houston more than 15 years ago have become almost trite. However, in simplified terms those lyrics sum up my philosophical attitude toward teaching and clarify for me why I want to teach, specifically elementary education. The future of any generation belongs to the children of that generation....   [tags: Philosophy on Education Statement Teaching Essays] 642 words
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Moral Statements as Simply Covert Descriptions of Emotions or Recommendations for Action - Moral Statements as Simply Covert Descriptions of Emotions or Recommendations for Action In the world we live in today we are constantly being surrounded by moral choices and decisions about what would be the right thing to do. But Meta-ethics attempts to understand what the meaning of these words we use to describe moral situations such as right and wrong. When first trying to understand Meta ethics a person will try to divide situations into fact and opinions. But there can be no certain facts in Meta ethics is it applies to people own responses to a situation....   [tags: Papers] 885 words
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The Detrimental Effects of Traditional Bullying and Cyber Bullying - We have all heard the phrase “sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt me” on the playground or school bus ride home. The phrase was normally thrown out to bullies during a fight in the schoolyard, pushes in the hall, food thrown in the cafeteria, or during the endless teasing and taunting on bus rides to/from school. According to a national survey conducted by the National Center for Education Services, U.S. Department of Education in 2002, 32% of students in grades 6-12 reported being bullied....   [tags: Social Issues, Cyberbullying]
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Analysis of Statement Life is Not Fair - Life is not fair-Get used to it (Bill Gate) Life is not fair. We have all heard that from someone at some point in our lives. Life is not fair because there is no certainty of what is going to happen in the future. Life awards and punishes people hazardously. Life is like a picture drawn by an unknown painter and one is just a tiny part of it. Pictures can always deceive a person about what their real meaning is. Lie, appearances, contradictions, colors, conformity and people are just decoration in the overall interpretation of the picture....   [tags: Justice Fairness] 1688 words
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The Struggles and Movement for Black America - ESSAY PART ONE: THESIS I. Introduction paragraph A. Thesis Statement Over the centuries, the African people have endured many trials, obstacles, and tribulations. From the moment that they were kidnapped from their homeland, and had been savagely placed in the cargo holds on ships to be sold into slavery to the American people, the Africans (now known in the United States of America as African Americans or Black people) have journey far to achieve, as well as, accomplished what was thought to be the impossible....   [tags: Civil Rights]
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Not Enough Supporting Research for "Addiction in Free Markets" - So what. After reading Bruce Alexander’s and Stefa Shaler’s essay “Addiction in Free Markets”, this would be the first reaction of many readers, as it was my reaction upon completion of the essay. Although Alexander and Shaler discussed a very important issue concerning ‘Addiction in Free Markets’, they do not provide sufficient resources or correlative research to prove their argument. Firstly, their thesis statement does not agree with many of the facts and statements that are being presented throughout the essay....   [tags: Addiction, Free Markets, ] 1725 words
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Biograhpical Statement On American Government - For over 200 years now, we as Americans, have had our nation, government, institutions, politics, and our inhabitants guided by a document written by a group of people that we refer to as the Framers. This document was written in 1787 and is called the Unites States Constitution. My name is _ and I will be discussing in this essay some simple facts about myself, what government is along with the different types of government, its functions, and the kind of government that America has. I will also discuss the seven characteristics of American political culture/democracy and the prevailing political ideologies....   [tags: Government] 1737 words
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Statement of Faith in God - Catholic - I Believe In God STILL CATHOLIC AFTER ALL THESE YEARS I believe in God, Father Almighty, and in Jesus Christ, His only begotten son, Our Lord, who was born of the Holy Ghost and of Mary, the Virgin, who was crucified under Pontius Pilate and buried; on the third day He rose from the dead ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of the Father, from whence He shall come to judge the quick and the dead; and in the Holy Ghost; the Holy Church; the remission of sins; and the resurrection of the dead....   [tags: Religion] 1477 words
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Furthering My Education At California State University San Marcos - When I pick up a novel, I cannot hastily read the story. I must set aside plenty of time because I examine how the author has constructed each sentence. My task is long and arduous, but the time spent is worthwhile. I will also assume each character’s persona while reading the narrative and sometimes imagine I am one of the characters. By doing so, I am no longer reading written words on a page. I am giving life, emotion, and substance to each character. I will begin to feel each character’s happiness or sorrow; each character is now a part of me....   [tags: Personal Statement] 1009 words
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Chicago Booth: Everything I Want For My Future - The opportunities and environment molded who I am today. A rare opportunity in middle school created a dream. For the past couple of years, I’ve worked hard and taken opportunities to help me achieve that dream. I think a Chicago Booth MBA would be the opportunity and environment for me to further advance my dream. I first found myself interested in finance and investment about eleven years ago when I joined my school’s Profits Club. In this club, we played a game called the Houston Chronicle Stock Market Game....   [tags: Personal Statement] 905 words
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My Pursuit of and Passion For Medicine - At three in the morning, the phone rang. A trembling voice relayed the news that my friend had fallen into a coma due to an inoperable brain aneurysm. A few days later, her family decided to stop life support after confirmation that she was completely brain-dead. The fact that nothing could be done for her in this day and age, despite all our technological advancements, was a great shock to me. In addition, the fact that she was younger than me made me realize how short and precious each life truly is....   [tags: Statement of Purpose] 881 words
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Tim O'Briens' Perspective and Statements in Regard to Storytelling and Relationship to the Truth in The Things They Carried - Tim O'Briens' Perspective and Statements in Regard to Storytelling and Relationship to the Truth in The Things They Carried Each day that we live our lives we are faced with the opportunity to believe and tell many stories and dramatizations. As a young child in Hebrew School you were taught that the world was created in six days and on the seventh day God rested. In a Christian home you were told about Saint Nick. On a juvenile level, stories serve a purpose to teach something and to give hope....   [tags: O'Brien Things They Carried Truth Analysis] 1411 words
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A Functioning Member of Many Societies - My transition from high school to college was not flawless; the first two semesters of my college experience were academically frustrating. In high school, I was able to attain a high level of success with minimal foresight and planning. I quickly found that this was not the case in college, and that I would have to reevaluate my study habits and organizational techniques in order to improve my grades. While my first semester grades were not terrible, I knew it was not my personal best. I approached the next semester with the drive to succeed; but still did not fully understand what it was going to take to achieve success....   [tags: Personal Statement] 1083 words
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Why I Should Study Law - There was a time years ago, while I was still in high school, I remember consciously making the decision to not to devote myself to making as much money as possible, but to instead devote myself in the service of others. It is not some grandiose moral quest. To be honest, I just feel moving things forward is a much harder, more engaging, and far more interesting path than trying to accumulate vast sums of wealth. When I went to college, I spent countless hours reading everything I could find that might help prepare me to make a difference....   [tags: Personal Statement] 703 words
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Desire To Make a Difference - Waking up early on Saturday morning’s to volunteer at Pleasant Place Incorporated became a routine for me once I joined Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated in the spring of 2009. Although waking up from a deep sleep and fairy tale dreams was anything but pleasant, walking into the shelter filled with teenage mothers always struck me with both happiness and sadness. After a few visits to the shelter I quickly realized what role I would play in the lives of these young ladies and their children. I knew I was not there to pass judgment and never once did it cross my mind to make these teenagers feel insecure....   [tags: Personal Statement] 808 words
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Philosophy of Teaching Statement - In My Classroom Every teacher has a different method of teaching. The teachers that I have had in my school career have been no exception. In this way, each teacher has set an example for me, as a future teacher, to follow or not to follow as I see fit. With the examples from my teachers and in continuing my education, I am developing my own method of teaching. I plan to use a combination of teaching methods in my own classroom. My method will be an eclectic approach because I will be using components of more than one philosophy....   [tags: My Philosophy of Education] 1049 words
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My Teaching Philosophy Statement - My Teaching Philosophy Teaching is a very honorable profession which reflects the positive characteristics of those who educate. It is a difficult job that requires knowledge, dedication, integrity and patience. I want to become a teacher (particularly elementary school) because I want to make a difference in society and I love to work with children. I believe that by using things such as atmosphere and innovative teaching methods, an instructor can be informative and still have fun. This is how I see myself as a primary school teacher....   [tags: Education Essays Papers] 920 words
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My Teaching Philosophy Statement - My Philosophy on Education As an education major at State College, I’ve decided to become a teacher for several reasons. As I progressed through elementary, middle, and high school, many of my teachers were great role models for me. This has inspired me to become a role model for someone in the near future. My love for science and math has also influenced my desire to teach and make a difference in a child’s life. I want to teach students the subjects that I love so much. I want the feeling that I helped a child accomplish or learn something they couldn’t understand....   [tags: Educational Philosophy] 1004 words
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My Educational Philosophy Statement - As a teacher my primary role is to be not only a teacher to my students, but a caring and loving adult who is there to help guide them along the road less taken. I believe the most important part a teacher plays is the adult role model. The teacher may not be able to make every child exactly what they think the child should be. The teacher can teach a child right and wrong. The teacher can set an example and show kids how to be good citizens. Positive views of students will promote a positive teacher-student relationship based on trust....   [tags: My Philosophy of Education 2014] 500 words
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My Passion For Medicine - I quote a man who has been accepted by the general populace to be accurate in his observations of society: “Every civilization is, among other things, an arrangement for domesticating the passions and setting them to do useful work”, Aldous Huxley is known to have said. I know not the purpose of life, but I know of passion, and mine lies in medicine. I moved from New York to an impoverished village in India during my pre-adolescent age. There, my life saw juxtaposition like no other. From air-conditioned, colorful children wards where the nurse gave you “I was brave!” stickers (despite you throwing a fit) and lollipops, I saw children screaming in agony as crude and outdated procedures such...   [tags: Personal Statement] 701 words
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Personal Statement - My mother loves telling the story of my response when my parents asked me what I wanted for my third birthday. I responded by pounding both fists against my chest and jerking violently. Eventually they realized that I wanted defibrillators, as seen on the beloved television program “Emergency.” Although impressed with the technology, even then I was attracted to the idea of helping people. Through example and upbringing, my family instilled in me the importance of being involved n all levels of life....   [tags: Medical School Admissions Essays 2014] 690 words
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Personal Statement - “Sally, we need you over here.” Marisa, a nurse at City of Hope calls over for me. I grab a pair of gloves and am at her side in a moment. “We need to lift this man to do a chest x-ray,” she informs me. Placing my hands beneath the patient, I await the countdown: “3…2…1…lift.” I am a volunteer in perioperative services at the hospital. My tasks include: transporting patients to and from surgery, running samples to the pathology lab, and assisting patients in recovery. Often, I imagine myself in the role of a physician....   [tags: Medical School Admissions Essays 2014] 810 words
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Personal Statement - “I see something inside,” said Dr. Mabie. The patient held still. Her mother and I waited in mild suspense. The patient was a 14-year old girl who had come to see Dr. Mabie for severe soreness in her right ear. “Well, what do we have here?” He used his ear “scoop” and gently fished out a large piece of thin, clear plastic. We were amazed. The girl felt immediately relieved. No one could tell from where the plastic originated—let alone how it got lodged in the girl’s ear. But Dr. Mabie had found and removed it....   [tags: Medical School Admissions Essays 2014] 740 words
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Personal Statement - My decision to become a doctor did not come in a moment of blinding revelation, but as a result of a variety of experiences which began during my first years at college. Before, attending college, however, I knew I would enter a profession which involved service to others. Although I had no definite career plans, from childhood, my parents instilled in me values, such as compassion and respect for others, stressing the importance of giving back to the community. At college, removed from the protected environment of a small community, I experienced tremendous growth....   [tags: Medical School Admissions Essays 2014] 499 words
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Personal Statement - My grandmother, Maria, was born and raised in Puerto Rico. I used to love to listen to stories about her nine brothers and sisters who each took turns going to school and working to support their family. My grandfather was an English bank inspector whose job required quite a bit of travel. As a result, my mother was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad and lived in South America, Puerto Rico, and Cuba. My mother lived in a turbulent Cuba with my grandparents at the start of the communist revolution....   [tags: Medical School Admissions Essays 2014] 831 words
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Personal Statement - There are few certainties of what one will encounter during life. A common joke names two: death and taxes. I would be so bold as to add one more, disease. Of the three, the one certainty human beings have the most “control” over is disease. Death is inevitable and as long as governments exist, so are taxes. Disease is also inevitable, however, there are methods to combat the recurrences, spread and danger of this malady. My dream is to learn the techniques required to assist my fellow human beings in their struggle against disease....   [tags: Medical School Admissions Essays 2014] 900 words
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Personal Statement - Since the beginning of my academic endeavors, I have long cherished a dream to be a member of the social science research community, which gives our society progressive insights into human ecology. I began my undergraduate studies at Ramapo College of New Jersey with a passion for ecological justice and with the intention of majoring in environmental studies. Ramapo College’s progressive liberal arts foundation provided me with ample room to explore the multifarious array of social science courses....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 803 words
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personal statement - As I watched my mother rush to get the pot to boil some water with tears in her eyes, I found myself at the mercy of one of the many asthma attacks that presided over most of my childhood. Most of the houses around our neighborhood in Juarez, Mexico were composed of one large room with a stove, bed, something to sit on and no restroom, so getting to the steaming pot was only a few feet away. Desperately trying to grasp for air as I lay on the couch, I wanted relief not only for myself, but also for my loving mother....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 836 words
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