Narrative Essay About A Scholarship
It was a sunny day afternoon when the school announced about Alumni Scholarship. Me and a couple of friends were sitting at our iPass class. When we heard the news about the scholarship, we were extremely excited. The school announced …show more content…
Don’t worry, we got a lot time.”
“Yea, right. Let’s not worry about it.”
Then we quickly headed to Physical Education class, which is our last class of the day. We played basketball and we forgot everything we talked about after that. The next day, I totally forgot the scholarship since I was an oblivious person.
Two weeks have passed since then and our iPass teacher reminded us to finish the scholarship during iPass. iPass is a class where we can do our homework and stuff, it’s similar to studyhall.
I was like, “ I still have two weeks left, I’ll finish it on time.” Then, I asked a couple of my friends if they already did it or not. Some of them already turned it in, and some don’t. So I told myself to take it easy and relax. However, it wasn’t like I imagined. Time flew as fast as a speed of light, and I felt like two weeks have gone in a second. It was wednesday afternoon, and the deadline day. I just remembered that I still haven’t finish the essay during Spanish class. I had only an hour to finish the essay. As soon as the class finished, I quickly ran into my Pre-Calculus class, where I usually stayed after school and do my homeworks. I was almost out of breathe, by the time I got …show more content…
The requirement was longer that I thought it would be. It required us to fill out some stuff and we had to asked at least 3 teacher 's signature or initial to apply. So I ran to our iPass teacher and got one signature. After that I ran to our soccer coach and got another one. Lastly, I needed one more, so I asked my Pre-Calculus teacher to sign for me. Fortunately, she was kind enough to sign it for me, and I got all three signatures. On the other hand, I was running out of time. I only had 30 minutes to finish my essay. The words count for the essay was about 500 words. So, I started typing down whatever was on my mind. I was anxious and couldn’t think clearly. My heart was pounding heavily. It was like when our soccer coach made us sprint as a punishment. Finally, I managed to finish it on time. But, I knew in my mind that I didn’t write a good