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  • Persuasive Speech: I Should Be the Next School Prefect

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    Statement: To persuade my audience that I should be the next school prefect I would like to take this opportunity to run for school prefect. I believe true leadership is a quality many aspire to have, and only a few truly obtain, because in order to become a leader you must first learn to follow. I believe over the past four years this school has given me the knowledge, education and understanding to fulfil the qualities to become a prefect. If I were chosen I would follow with an open mind, with focus

  • Deconstruction, Reflection And Analysis Of 'If'?

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    the film demonstrates this immediately as Mick hastily travels through the halls hiding a rule defying facial hair phenomena avoiding the authoritarian prefects as they order about the “Scum” of the school, the first years. One of Mick’s fellow classmates call him “Guy Fawkes” foreshadowing his rebellious personality from the start. The prefects, appropriately named “Whips” are interpreted as most powerful, most noticeably as they show their disapproval with Mick’s “attitude.” ‘Rowntree’ in particular

  • My Interest in Law

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    Delegation' award due to our hardwork and team effort. With my reputation as a morally upright student, I was appointed to the highly responsible post of Anglican Chapel Prefect of my school from May 1999 to June 2000 and my task included mobilising students to attend worship on Sundays, as well as assisting other school prefects to run the school. My good communication skills helped to elect me to the office of the Secretary-General of the Photography Club from September 1999 to June 2000, during

  • College Admissions: Philosophy, Politics and Economics

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    to academic analysis - and a sense of stability and proportion too. I established, and remain editor of, a radical student newspaper at my school and I have tried to bring this fresh outlook and dynamism to my other roles: managing the school Prefects as Vice School Captain, representing the student body on many School Councils and the Equal Opportunities committee, as well as organising younger students as House Captain. My music is important to me, whether it be the band I play in, the school

  • Sixth form prefect application

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    support the senior prefects in managing particular projects using my mentioned skills, qualities and experiences. As mentioned above, I will be able to use my media expertise to work alongside with other members to produce moving pictures or print productions as require by the prefect team or the school, at the same time taking responsibility for specific assignments given by the prefect team. This can include the promotion of the sixth form and prefect’s events such as the prefect video every year

  • Reflection Paper On Being A Prefect

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    improve someone’s quality of life leaves me yearning for the opportunity. Throughout secondary school, I remained a hard-working and dedicated student, my enthusiasm for learning shined through, so much that I was selected to become a prefect. During my time as a prefect I was given a year seven form class to look after and monitor progress, throughout the year this was a great responsibility

  • The Significance of Ford Prefect in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

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    Ford Prefect is a remarkable, elemental figure of comic relief in the novel, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, a sci-fi by the legendary Douglas Adams. An adventuring hitchhiker through space, he and his best friend, Arthur Dent, embark on a quest to find the purpose of the universe. He brings out the humor and a broader view of events in the novel, and is the only other protagonist apart from Arthur who endures mostly the same problems, and yet his approach to these problems and witty characteristics

  • Prevailing ingeniuity in Edgar Allan Poess The Purloined Letter

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    clever and cunning amateur detective, C. Auguste Dupin. In this story, The Prefect of the Parisian police calls upon Dupin to aid in an investigation that has baffled and frustrated the police. Dupin finds a worthy adversary in the antagonst, Minister D_. Dupin must identify with the mind of the criminal in order to retrieve a stolen letter and return it to its rightful owner. With the dynamic relationship between Dupin, Prefect G_., and Minister D_., Poe skillfully illustrates that an ingenious felon

  • My Journey: My Leadership Journey So Far

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    My Leadership Journey So far Throughout my primary school and junior secondary school education, our teachers used to tell us that we were the future leaders of this country. We would soon be the ones in charge of running various organization and occupying various positions in our country. Thus, the mention of the word leader back then meant to me as something I could only be in the future. As a result, I never saw myself as leader. I believed I would be a leader only when I had finished school and

  • The Themes Of Secrets And Silence In Detective Fiction

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    also states that the only reason that he is looking as hard as he is, is because of a handsome reward for the return of the letter. (Poe, The Purloined letter) The characters in The Purloined Letter consist of C. Auguste Dupin, the narrator, the Prefect of the Parisian police, minister D, and the victim of the story. Dupin reside in many tales written by Poe and is consequently the main character of this narrative, he is a complex character. As the story progresses the Minister and Dupin act in the