smart if I stay motivated to so good in school. I ended up getting an A in both the essay and presentation and it made me feel like I was walking on clouds because it was not easy.
I was given the golden ticket to enter GHCHS and the only way in for me was by entering an online program, it was called Virtual Program then, now its call...
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...ould be grammar because I never know if I am putting comas in the right place. As well as never knowing how to express myself to something I am not passionate about in a essay.
The highest academic experience with reading and writing would be high school level, simply because I am just fresh out of high school. This course is my first college english class I want to have a good educational experience. One thing I really want to expand would be my knowledge of proper grammar and expand bigger than my Mexican family and trust me we are a huge family. I also want to let you know that I am a visual learner, I learn best when someone visually explains to me how to fix a problem. For example, instead of telling me how to fix a grammar problem show me what I did wrong and show me how to fix it on pen and paper or even word document. It simply has to be visual.
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