My Goals And Reasons For Application To The University Of Waterloo

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Question 1.
Please tell us about your educational goals, your interest in your chosen program(s), and your reasons for applying to the University of Waterloo. If you have applied to more than one program please discuss your interest in each program. (900 character limit)

My educational goal is to grasp the fundamental principles of chemistry and to apply its attributes into our daily lives. I have always been deeply fascinated by chemistry and mathematics, and I am highly motivated to achieve my goals in these fields. Thus, I recognize that by studying at the University of Waterloo, a university that offers the most illustrious engineering and mathematics programs in the country, it will fulfill my desire for knowledge and develop a solid
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From the energy we rely on to the food we eat, it is highly capable of improving our daily lives in a myriad of ways. For this reason, I am determined to equip myself with scientific proficiency in order to suffice the demand of our expeditious society in the future. During one occasion, I had the chance to discuss with a civil engineer about his occupation. I was undoubtedly astonished by the capability of the engineer based on their extraordinary skills, the fast-paced environment and the expectations to an extent that I grew deep interested in becoming one. In addition to my enthusiasm towards modeling and crafting, I had built a considerable amount of projects that include battleship models, magnetic motor and skateboard that have provided me with hands-on experience, allowing me to devote myself into the world of …show more content…
What started as a extortion for money escalated into a drastic fight in which Hanaoka accidently strangles her alcoholic ex-husband to death. Ishigami sees the murder, but rather than turning them into authority, he sets up a perfect alibi for them and offers to dispose the body. I was deeply moved and grieved by Ishigami’s selflessness and secret affection for Hanaoka. The amount of sacrifice endured including ruining his own future to save a woman’s life showed me that nothing is incapable when one is determined, but at the meantime, I learn that human emotions are very unpredictable. Because rather than unrequited devotions that will only lead to tragedy, love should be about considering and understanding what the recipient really

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