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Achieving the Student of the Year award for my Analysis of Functions class, my sophomore year, greatly affected me. Getting this award affected me because it really opened my eyes to the fact, that as long I put my mind to anything, and stay focused and determined I can achieve it. At this point, maintaining my grades, was something that had begun to come easy to me. However, when we had the academic awards ceremony, my sophomore year in Florida, when they called my name for the student of the year award for math, it was one of the greatest feelings. Admittedly, math has never been my strong suit. Unlike some people who could understand it with a snap of their fingers, no additional information necessary, I needed to break it down. I take it down to the simplest element and then I work from there. I personally think that this is what makes this experience so important to me.
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Prompt # 6
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