My Experience And My Personal Experience: A Biopsy Experience

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Essay #3 1) During my high school internship at Sharp Hospital, I once received the opportunity to witness a biopsy procedure. While it was not the most complicated of surgeries, I was captivated by the movements, the sounds, and the atmosphere. Unfortunately for the patient, my excitement may have gotten the best of me, as I excitedly questioned anything that caught my eye. However, such circumstances aren’t foreign in my life. Ever since I was a young child, an unquenchable curiosity has been an integral part of my life. My mother often recalls when I would keep her waiting while I bombarded my teacher with questions about what the class had learned that day. However, my thirst for knowledge greatly benefitted my academic pursuits in middle school and high school. When I took my first official biology course in seventh grade, I was enthralled with the various parts of the body, and how the various systems worked together to keep people functioning. However, I still wanted to know more. I was able to accomplish that…show more content…
One thing I learned is how to calculate discounts with money. When I go shopping and see something I like on sale, instead of running around searching for a price check I can easily calculate its price in my head. Another thing I have learned is how to write a resume. When applying for a job I need to write a resume; it’s an essential part of my future and career. One last thing I learned was the importance of compromise. When working in a group, and not only that, but anywhere you will find people who don’t always agree or even like you. However, if you learn to compromise you can work with anyone, no matter who they are or what they believe. In the workplace, in the grocery store, even at home, you will constantly find people you don’t agree with, but you cannot always dismiss them but must work with
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