However, my love for science grew as I exceeded on every science test I ever took, every science lab, and every science report. I wonder what was it about science that I loved so much. Why this particular subject came so easy for me? As I went through all the science classes throughout my years in school, I wonder which science was the right science for me. I discovered Biology was my greatest strength, from the human brain down to the human DNA. My 12th grade year of school, I had to really think about what was going to be my major. I could never find anything that really fit who I am. Until finally, I researched “is there a such thing as a biology major?” The result was overwhelming there were all these different types of jobs I could choose from. What was right for me? Then I thought about what I really enjoyed growing up, what was something that always interested me.
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...e great and get to help bring the smallest thing to someone’s life. Something simple as a smile for confidence or help solving a cold case to bring joy into a person’s life. Those things are the most priceless things life can give you. Although, I may not work inside a lab with amazing people, I know somewhere out there there’s extraordinary people working day in and day out to give the laboratory the best they have. However, working toward becoming a dentist is something I’m planning on doing. Taking on the dentistry world will be something I would enjoy doing, not because of the pay, not because of the job, but because that’s something I consider an actually passion. From meeting new people to making people build back a self-esteem will be something that I take pride in helping with. Every tooth in a man 's head is more valuable than a diamond. ~Miguel de Cervantes
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