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Steps Involved in Writing a Good Essay - Most teachers and professors like to assign essays as assignments in their classes. Some students like this but most do not. There are many steps to writing an effective essay; some are easier than others. First you must pick a topic. For many people this is the hardest part of essay writing. Next you have to design a thesis statement. With out that you can not write an effective essay. Then you need to create at least three points that support your thesis. Once you have your points picked you should create an outline....   [tags: writing, education] 621 words
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Examining Financial Statements - Landry's Restaurants - Examining Financial Statements - Landry's Restaurants Financial statement users around the globe use financial statements to evaluate the performance of companies (Fundamentals of Financial Accounting, 2006). In order to locate a company’s reported assets, liabilities, expenses and revenues, statement users rely on four types of financial statements. The four financial statements include: Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Statement of Retained Earnings, and Statement of Cash Flows (Fundamentals of Financial Accounting, 2006, p....   [tags: Business Accounting]
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How to Write a Synthesis Essay - The main purpose of a synthesis essay is to make insightful connections. Those connections can show the relationship(s) between parts of a work or even between two or more works. It is your job to explain why those relationships are important. In order to write a successful synthesis essay, you must gather research on your chosen topic, discover meaningful connections throughout your research, and develop a unique and interesting argument or perspective. A synthesis is not a summary. A synthesis is an opportunity to create new knowledge out of already existing knowledge, i.e., other sources....   [tags: Synthesis Essay] 1666 words
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Writing Personal Statements - Writing Personal Statements As colleges and universities diminish their reliance on LSAT and GPA numbers in the selection of students to admit, narrative submissions become more significant. The personal statement is the primary way you can make sure the people on the admissions committee are familiar with who you are -- not merely what you have accomplished. Remember that it is an essay you are preparing that should be interesting and revealing about you. Below are some suggestions you may find useful as you prepare your personal statement....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 413 words
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company mission statements - I selected Wal-Mart and Target as my domestic companies, Kodak and Michelin as my global companies, and finally San Miguel Corporation and Philippine Airlines as my non-U.S.-based companies. “Target.com brings the fast, fun and friendly shopping experience and services guests expect from a Target store, online. Since the first Target store opened its doors in 1962, the goal has been to give guests the best products at the best value, and to give generously to the communities where Target does business....   [tags: essays research papers] 1430 words
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The Validity of Samuel P. Huntington’s Thesis in “The Clash of Civilizations” - The aim of Samuel P. Huntington’s “The Clash of Civilizations” was to provide an academic framework to understand almost all of the conflicts that had broken out since the end of the twentieth century, to include predicting the appearance of future conflicts. According to Huntington, there will be a clash of civilizations since the world has been in an unreasonable era since the end of the Cold War and the position of the nation-state has not been of any significance. Far more than the political objectives of territorial take-overs, it is the religious element of culture that has become the main cause of conflict....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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The Author’s Thesis in “Race Against Time” by Stephen Lewis - The eight Millennium Development Goals proposed by the UN during the Millennium General Assembly of 2000 will not be reached in Africa by 2015 if international financial institutions such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund continue to impose unethical and punishing economic policies through the Structural Adjustment Program (SAPs) on the poor and undeveloped countries of Africa and if the wealthy old core countries continue to break promises and hesitate to donate enough financial aid to Africa to help it recover from the destructive effects of the SAPs and the AIDS pandemic, and to also ensure gender equality and rights of women in Africa....   [tags: Race Against Time, Stephen Lewis, ] 825 words
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Culture, Media, and Sport - Within Sports Management the effect of Government policy will have an effect on the way in which their work is carried out. New Labour’s vision for sport is contained within a document called ‘A Sporting Future for All’ published in 2000. It is not a policy but more a statement of intent. In this essay we will look at its purpose and what proposals the government have in tackling sport in this country. Furthermore, we will look at its strengths and weaknesses and consider whether it fits with the government’s wider social policy....   [tags: Statement of Intent, Government Social Policy]
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Statment of Purpose - ... I did not have to work as late as I did, or come at all, because my community service hours were completed the year before, with 100+ already under my belt. But I did the nine hour shifts because I loved being with the children. I loved teaching the new steps and dances to the clubs in the afternoon, and loved teaching the Kindergarteners their manners and how to write their names. With them is where I found my joy. With them is where is found “Me.” It wasn’t too long after when I discovered my passion....   [tags: children, psychology, education] 514 words
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Resolved: Presidential Signing Statements Threaten to Undermine the Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers - The subject of signing statements has created much debate among the houses of Congress, government officials, and the public alike. These signing statements fall under the categories of constitutional and legislative history signing statements. Constitutional signing statements are those in which the president deems certain provisions of the legislation as unconstitutional, therefore they should not be enforced (Bradley & Posner, 2006). Legislative history signing statements are executive interpretations of ambiguous legislation (Bradley & Posner, 2006)....   [tags: U.S. Government ]
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Human vs. Computer: Comparison of How the Truth of a Statement is Determined in the Framework of WVO Quine’s Holism - Second Difference: Determinism of a Computer vs. Nondeterminism of the Web-of-Belief Model. The contrast between computer decision making and human decision making, as described by Web-of-Belief Model is well conveyed by the contrast between a Deterministic Turing Machine and a Nondeterministic Turing Machine. The first one has a set of rules which prescribes a single action for a given situation (if B, then B’), while the second one prescribes more than one action for a given situation (if B, then (B’ or B’’))....   [tags: Neuroscience]
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Starting to Write your Observational Essay - Starting to Write your Observational Essay After conducting your interviews and observations, write briefly on the following questions. 1. What visual or other sensory impression is most memorable. 2. What does this single impression tell me about my subject. 3. What is the mood of the place. How do people seem to feel there. 4.What is most memorable about the people I observed/talked to. 5. What activity is most striking about my observation. What is most likely to surprise/interest readers. 6....   [tags: Writing an Observational Essay] 1117 words
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Analysis of Statement 'Something is Rotten in the State of Denmark' in Shakespeare's Hamlet - Analysis of Statement 'Something is Rotten in the State of Denmark' in Shakespeare's Hamlet In the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare, the words “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.” (I.iv.90) were spoken by Marcellous shortly after Hamlet leaves to follow a ghost. Marcellous and Horatio both feel that Hamlet should not be left alone with the ghost. Even though Hamlet directed them not to follow him, Marcellous feels that it wouldn’t be right if they didn’t follow him because “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.” (I.iv.90) When examined, that statement can refer to many of things about the ruling class that are rotten in the state of Denmark One idea of the rottenness is...   [tags: Papers] 384 words
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Use of Insect Images Thesis in The Pedestrian by Ray Bradbury - Technology is becoming increasingly popular; we are forced to confront it everyday. Ray Bradbury has noticed this trend of people becoming more and more dependent on technology; after all we use the television, computers, and even automobiles everyday. In the pedestrian Ray Bradbury has used insect images in The Pedestrian that suggests that with the increasing number of people using technology it will trap and destroy us. Bradbury writes "During the day it was a thunderous surge of cars, the gas stations open, a great insect rustling and a ceaseless jockeying for position as the scarab-beetles, a faint incense puttering from their exhausts, skimmed homeward to the far directions." In th...   [tags: Ray Bradbury, The Pedestrian] 1367 words
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Steinbeck’s novel, Of Mice and Men has been described as a protest statement - Steinbeck’s novel, Of Mice and Men has been described as a protest statement Steinbeck’s novel, “Of Mice and Men” has been described as a protest statement. To what extent do you think that this is true. Steinbeck protest’s about the way that several different types of people were treated during the early nineteenth century. He protests against the treatment of the mentally retarded, cripples, African American people and the viewing of women as possessions. He does this by creating a character for each of these groups of people, and exposing these characters as victims, which generates the reader’s sympathy for them....   [tags: English Literature] 3423 words
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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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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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Personal Statement - The Florida Comprehensive Achievement Test (FCAT) is the statewide test that measures the academic achievement of public school students towards meeting the Sunshine State Standards benchmarks. The quarterly Reading and Mathematics Benchmark Assessment exams gauge student achievement on individual strands based on these Sunshine State Standards, which school districts require schools to administer to students within the appropriate content area. Teachers and administrators pour over the information at the conclusion of the exam and the data mining gets underway....   [tags: Professional Goals] 873 words
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Personal Statement - New technology has always been truly enthralling to me; I grew up with an MSDOS PC and the interaction with computers from such a young age helped form a bond while still fills me with excitement like a small child whether I'm typing in the very last line of code for a program, updating to the latest builds of my favourite beta software or finally working out how to patch a glitchy "feature" in Microsoft's latest OS. We live in the centre of a technological revolution with the real-time Web, new operating systems and ever cheaper portable computers and mobiles; it’s these developments that fuel me with a passion knowing that I want to be working on the next generation of software and technol...   [tags: Personal Experience] 779 words
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Personal Statement - People who know me typically find out pretty quickly that next to my passion for medicine, I am actually one of the world’s hugest computer geeks. In fact, when I first entered college, I toyed with the idea of studying computer science before I realized that the study of the human body was so much more exciting because it allows me to combine my fervor for computers and merge it with my interest in medicine. Once I began medical school, I started to see the human body like the hardware of a computer system....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 949 words
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Personal Statement - My best (and favorite) subject in school is Math. Ever since I was very little I have loved math, and worked very hard at it. When I do not fully understand topics I do extra problems to make sure that they become clear to me. I spend a lot of time working on math to make sure I understand the topics throughly. I have been in math clubs since 4th grade, and in 7th grade I represented my school at the MathCounts® competition where I won a two silver pins. I won the Virginia State Math Award in 7th grade, and this year I got an 800 in math on my SSAT....   [tags: Personal Experience] 759 words
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Personal Statement - I started my career in an unorthodox way: delivering science and technology news directly to live audiences from a stage. I was an early member of the experimental Current Science & Technology Center at Boston's Museum of Science, an effort to bring cutting edge science to adult members of the public through extended interactions with science journalists in an informal education setting. I was fortunate enough to work alongside a graduate of the Columbia University School of Journalism, a former producer for NOVA, the current executive director of the National Association of Science Writers, and other highly skilled science communicators....   [tags: Personal Experience, Autobiography] 766 words
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Personal Statement - For some students a report card is an accurate reflection of their abilities, aspirations, and future work habits. Many friends of mine have flawless, or near flawless, report cards. Straight A's and weighted GPA's well over 4.0 grace their every progress report, and I am certain they will continue this streak of academic excellence well into the future. For others, C's, D's and fail's are a normal occurrence, and much like the straight A students, I have no doubt that they will continue down this path....   [tags: Personal Experience] 783 words
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Personal Statement - “Rationality is man's basic virtue, and his three fundamental values are: reason, purpose, self-esteem.” – Ayn Rand The above quote is my conviction. I am a senior undergraduate in the Indian Institute of Technology Madras and I wish to apply to ABC university for an MS+PhD program in the field of Materials Science and Engineering for the reason that I have seen the department website and find that the research going in the field of nanomaterials in the department is what I am eager to work on right now....   [tags: Personal Experience, Autobiography] 1063 words
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Personal Statement - The year is 2038. I am 70 years old, reflecting on a gratifying career in journalism and still eager to learn more. I’m a respected reporter, columnist, advocate, author, lecturer and filmmaker. I’ve built a career telling the untold stories of disenfranchised people from around the world. My research, writing and activism have helped fuel movements for human rights and social justice. I’m also an entrepreneur who has created news outlets that provide the public with unbiased information and writers and reporters with the opportunity to launch or build their careers....   [tags: Admissions Essay] 785 words
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Personal Statement - After graduating from high school just outside of Sedona, Arizona in 1989, I wanted to get out of the small town and go see the world. The Navy recruiter must have seen me coming from a mile away. I did well on my entrance exams and was selected to attend Naval Nuclear Power School. After several years of task-based math and physics education followed by operational training at a prototype plant, I reported to a submarine in San Diego to put all of my training to use. As it turns out, real life application of my newfound knowledge was more difficult than I imagined....   [tags: Personal Experience] 911 words
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Personal Statement - I do not want to live a life of complacency. To avoid this, I plan to pursue a career filled with ample opportunities for knowledge expansion. My short-term goal is to work for an innovative company which fosters an environment of constant learning. An example of this type of company is Toyota Motor Corporation. The Toyota Way stresses kaizen, or continuous improvement, which pushes Toyota employees, from CEO to individual line worker, to constantly reevaluate current processes in order to reduce waste and shorten overall time requirements....   [tags: Career Goals, MBA Program] 743 words
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Personal Statement - It was a cold autumn night in North Carolina when I realized that my youth was being taken away from me. I wanted to run away and go back to the life that I had known; where I had the opportunity to go to school was happy and understood the language. Instead I was in a foreign land with my family and we could not return for there was no future in my homeland. According to my father, we had to keep migrating because it was the best thing for our family. It was then when I realized that this is not what I wanted for my family and I asked my father that we needed to go somewhere where I can go to school because it was affecting everybody including my little brother....   [tags: Personal Experience] 819 words
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Personal Statement - General As a well organised individual, I am able to plan effective and innovative lessons and mark and assess pupils work on a regular basis so that targets can be set enabling pupils to expand their learning further. By doing this I can give regular feedback to the pupils throughout their projects which encourages pupils to work to their best ability and can help towards building positive relationships with the pupils. Having a wide interest in technology I have been open to learning all subject areas within Design Technology during my two placement schools....   [tags: Personal Experience] 806 words
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Personal Statement - Ever since I graduated from high school, I had no idea what I wanted to do or who I wanted to be in life. All I knew is that I wanted to do something that was worth while and would make a difference in today’s society. I couldn’t decide if I wanted to go to a community college or a university. I would weigh my options between the two. I would say to myself, “If I go to a community college, I would graduate quicker. But if I go to a university, it would take longer.” In order to help make a quick and effective decision, I began to ask questions and finding out more information....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 1318 words
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Personal Statement - I know that the Modern Foreign Languages Department at your school is well equipped and the fact that the inspectors in the recent Ofsted inspection pointed out that German consistently performs well proves that teaching and learning is highly effective. In addition, I am extremely attired in the experiment in which the most able Year 9 pupils are being prepared to enter GCSE French/German. I would very like to be part of successful school and department and I am convinced that I am able to make significant contribution to maintain and raise the present high standards....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 958 words
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Personal Statement - It was on March 17 on a Tuesday Just two days after I had completed my finals and spring break had begun. I had gotten bad news the previous week that my grand mother who raised me was seriously injured in a car accident and was in the ICU. It was very devastating to me and since she was in a different country, I could not get to see her. My cousin was traveling the following day to visit and I thought that would be a great opportunity for me to sent my cousin with something for my grand mother as well as send my best wishes....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 1057 words
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Personal Statement - After graduating from King Abdul Aziz University, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, I started a private clinical practice in Makah City, the area of Saudi Arabia that I come from. The area is economically and politically depressed, with few job opportunities. Nevertheless, I opened a dental clinic through my own efforts and fully intend to install a good management team. My goal is to build a prominent, nongovernmental center for laboratory research and clinical dentistry in Makah City, and this clinic is the first step....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 732 words
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Personal Statement - Ever since my childhood, I have found the topics dealing with computers and its applications highly interesting because of the unique properties they offer for almost any application we can think of. The extraordinary developments in this field, both in the hardware and in the software area, along with the rapid advances of communication technology as one of the most applied technologies in the modern world have stimulated my interest in both fields. Therefore I believe that joining the undergraduate degree on Computer, Networking and Communications Technology will help me have a systemic knowledge of the field and, thus, achieve one of the greatest dreams of my life....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 825 words
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Personal Statement - Golf is a sport of confidence, honesty, and patience. It has taught me to practice these traits in my everyday life. I have more confidence in myself and I know that I will succeed. I am honest even when the truth hurts. I am patient with those around me no matter how annoyed I may be. My name is Evin Edens, and golf is my passion. I grew up at Ravenwood Country Club. I had the perfect life. My dad was a PGA golf professional and I got to use the club’s facilities whenever I pleased. However, there was one problem: I despised golf....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 880 words
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Personal Statement - Working for almost ten years in Oracle Corporation, USA and delivering Customer Relationship Management products to market which involved unprecedented collaboration within and outside of Oracle has given me a perspective to understand the key elements inherent to deliver a project on budget and time. After researching various other programs which can help me better understand the techniques for cost-effective management of projects, project management principles and methodology such as developing a project plan and scheduling resources, work breakdown structures, and project networks, and art and science of project risk, I am particularly interested in the Master of Science in Project Manag...   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 872 words
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Personal Statement - I grew up a young man with a opportunity to excel in a family owned business that was based on hard work. For my father never having a formal education seemed to work fine. This mind set bled down to the next generation. I truly thought that hard work and learning what I needed to run that business from him would be all I need but in October of 2004 all that changed. The 25 year old company was no more and I was not only out of a job, career and inheritance but I did not have the education to keep myself employed at the same level....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 1208 words
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Personal Statement - I was born in Norfolk, V.A . and moved to rural Northampton County when I was three years old. I have lived in the Roanoke Valley for about thirty years. I have had the unique experience of growing up in a public school and a private school setting. I attended Frederick Military Academy in Portsmouth VA for three years and graduated from a public school in Conway NC called Northampton East. My father taught at NCHS-East for thirty one years. I was fortunate to be able to teach with him and to be a part of the electric car project at the same High School I graduated from....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 1312 words
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Personal Statement - Project management became relevant in my life long before I even understood its propensity. It began at age fourteen when I started a neighborhood club for kids with the ambitious mission to save the earth. To create the project, my first agenda item was to recruit new members. I carried this out by going door to door and explaining my cause to the neighbors and asking if they would allow their kids to join the club. I then hosted a first meeting in my parent’s garage and was able to form an inspiring group of 6 members....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 1115 words
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Personal Statement - I believe the challenges of the biomedical engineering curriculum have helped to prepare me for the rigors of medical school. I can best describe my interest in engineering in terms of a vehicle my father purchased for either my younger brother or me to drive: a rusted out, barely running 1978 Toyota FJ40. FJ40’s were utilitarian four-wheel drive vehicles to begin with, and this one had all its (few) creature comforts removed; it was essentially a rusty steel tub on wheels that did not even run....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 878 words
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Personal Statement - From a young age children observe the adults around them. As a boy watches his carpenter father working on a piece of furniture, he may soon begin lifting a toy hammer to imitating his father’s hammering motion. A girl is saved from a burning building by a team of firefighters and it is only a matter of days before she decides she will be a firefighter one day as well. Our upbringing, life experiences, and personality dictate many of our choices. One of the most important choices we must make is the career we select to make our living....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 946 words
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Personal Statement - In my search of goals, I decided I wanted to become Sales Executive and achieve top Sales Executive status in a Fortune 500 Company. When you have a passion for something, you can do well. My sales career started with Lens Crafters as a frame stylist. I was recognized as a top seller, which resulted in a promotion to field travel to increase sales in the Northbrook and Vernon Hills locations. I also took a second job at the Jewelry department for Service Merchandise. Once again, I was recognized as a top seller....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 2076 words
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Personal Statement - The choices we make early in life have an enormous impact on our future. I have always known that I wanted to directly impact people’s lives. My personal experiences have had a large impact on my motivation to accomplish all my dreams. In the future, I would love to influence another generation of students to soar for their dreams. Throughout school, I suffered from test anxiety. Taking standardized tests always stressed me out and I would perform much lower than my grades suggested I was capable....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 957 words
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Personal Statement - First of all I should say that it is my great honor to be officially admitted into Hangzhou Foreign Language School. It's without exaggeration to say that I am counting the day to participate into this community. To get a better and deeper understanding of me, I will firstly give a brief introduction of myself, mainly focusing on my strong and weak points as well as my achievement. I always put forward confidence as one of my most prominent characteristics. I have faith in myself no matter what kind of frustrations I confront....   [tags: Personal Experience] 836 words
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Personal Statement - I always had a strong interest in a career in the healthcare. I am basically a caring person and health care profession would provide me with the great opportunities for contributing towards well being of human being. The profession of physician assistant would suit my nature and enable me to obtain a greater degree of job satisfaction. With this aspiration and a great interest in Science I did a degree in Biomedical Science. Recently I came to know about a health care career as physician assistant....   [tags: Career Ambition] 838 words
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Personal Statement - Every now and then when I recall my childhood memories, it is always been my parents took me to the hospital in the middle of the night or tried to find the right doctor for my allergies. Others could just take some medication and rest for few days for common cold, but my story is totally different. A common cold could cause me allergies, asthma and fever when I was young. It is the reason why I spent most of my time seeing the doctor and stayed at hospital. At the age of 10, my parents decided to have me switched to oriental medicine and acupuncture....   [tags: Personal Experience] 1037 words
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Personal Statement - The past may pave the future, but dreams create the direction that it leads. As a toddler, I experienced painful ear infections, which resulted in deafness before the age of two. I regained my hearing after surgery, but I did not know how to talk. I was in speech therapy for years. Besides ostracism from my peers due to my speaking difficulties; the teachers put me on a pedestal and held my work as the standard for everyone else. I was constantly separated from my classmates. The adversity shown me in life has caused me to become stronger and allowed me to recognize my desire to work in the medical field as a pharmacist....   [tags: Personal Experience] 519 words
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Personal Statement - Most children wait for the last day of school in anticipation, exploding in revel when that last day finally arrives. I, however, cry. I have never wanted to leave school. In fact, when I was a child, one of my favorite things to pretend was Teacher. Much to my parent’s dismay, I drew student names on practically all my large pieces of furniture. Undoubtedly, if you were to peruse the contents of my mother’s basement, you would probably still find a plastic container labeled with a name such as “Cera” or “Tyler.” I extended this love of teaching to my cousins, two of which were in special education classes....   [tags: Repeated essay.] 874 words
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Personal Statement - “Hunny, please bring the bags to the car and do not forget your jacket on the counter!” my mom shouted from the bottom of the staircase. Every year for vacation, we would always prepare an emergency kit, directions, the latest updates on weather/road conditions, a portable stove, gallons of water, and the trip’s details categorized inside our itinerary organizer. However, while heading down to the Grand Canyon one year, we were stopped by a sudden snow storm and multiple roadblocks forcing us to take detours and change our plans....   [tags: Auotobiographical, Coming of Age] 1294 words
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Personal Statement - ... In both business and our life, we face many struggles and how it is solved depends on the decisions that we make. However, out of the thousands of decisions we make in our personal lives, only a few will be significant but in business, every decision is. A single decision may determine the future of the entire company and lives of thousands. My lifetime aspiration is to own a business and in order to achieve that, there are many steps that need to be accomplished. I know that becoming a successful entrepreneur will not be easy but as Colin Powell once said, “There are no secrets to success....   [tags: business, communication, educatoin] 628 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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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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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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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 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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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 - My heart has always held a deep longing to explore faraway lands and a desire to experience other cultures. I grew up in a city called Krasnoyarsk, in the center of Siberia. Ever since I was a young girl, I dreamed of traveling to other countries, but because I was born in a communist country, I was unable to pursue that dream. I quickly learned, however, that if one works hard and studies, there is little that is out of reach. As I have grown, that little girl with dreams of foreign lands has become an aspiring student of economics and business, but I still carry with me that same dream....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 1278 words
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Educational Philosophy Statement - Educational Philosophy There have been many philosophies passed down through the years by many great educators. Views and opinions that have varied from individual to individual. Some ideas were widely accepted and others were not. I feel that it is important for every educator to obtain their own individual educational philosophy. An individual philosophy is good way to help an educator become grounded in what they believe and strive to make that philosophy happen in the classroom. It is a belief that should be strongly believed in and in the end have an impact on the people it is aimed for, which is the students....   [tags: Education Teaching Progressivism Essays] 1318 words
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Communication Goal Statement - Part I: I am currently working at the as a social worker assistant. Prior to working at the nursing home I was employed at a restaurant as a general manager. I have found that my current job to be very rewarding. The reason I am majoring in social work is because I have a strong desire to help people, make things better, and make a difference in people’s lives. My goal is to become a licensed social worker and work in the gerontology field. The communication skills I currently use in the field of social work are as follows: 1....   [tags: essays research papers] 1291 words
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