Personal Narrative: My SIUE Experience

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Transferring to SIUE was not particularly my first choice after graduating in Robert Morris University (RMU). I was applying to transfer to different Universities such as SIU, SLU, WUSTL and UIS and other nearby university that is not to far away from home. I was accepted to five universities and I went to visit all of them where I admired each campuses. I was getting pressured from my mother to where will my next destination be, and I did not know what to tell her at that time. I came across to my aunt who has a son that attended SIUE, they brought me to the campus and gave me a little tour of what is what. As soon as I went home, I grabbed my laptop and started to learn more about SIUE, I called the admission office to schedule an appointment …show more content…
I started caring more when I was told that I might not be able to graduate and a chance to get kicked out of School of Business. I then began to study and have more time focusing on my other classes other than my computer class. I learned about economics, accounting, finance, production and managements. Those classes are my least favorite since they require more calculations. My SIUE experience has taught me a lot of things such as taking one step at a time, focusing only on one thing before jumping into another, taking it easy, and just enjoy all the things that I’m being taught and be thankful for every single moment of it because there are others out there that will trade my place anytime. But don’t get me wrong about enjoying all of it because there are also times where I just cry out my frustration because of all the homework and exams being due at the same date, but majority were a fun learning …show more content…
Her dream is to become a nurse, to help out people and take care of them, but if she is look back from her past experiences working in the hospitals would she still wants to pursue nursing on her 1st year of college? Knowing that it is not the path she wants anymore? And the thought of learning more about computers is what she’s really interested at? I would tell her to follow her interest, what she loves and tell her that it is alright to make few mistakes here and there since it will be a life learning experience. Let her know that everything is one step at a time, no rushing onto anything and just enjoy and keep

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