My mother is someone I think of as a victim because the beginning of school year; my assistant principal, Mrs. Rungee, informed my parents and me to fill out my financial aid. The finan...
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...nt to have when achieving success in life. I learned how to really think deep about problems or issues that I have. Everyone can succeed by using the role of being a creator. I believe that if anyone attended college they should take college success strategies because it helped me become the positive person I am today. For me being a creator, made a big impact on me and my inspiration in life.
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