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  • Differences In College

    “The likelihood that students will make a successful transition to the college environment is often a function of their readiness—the degree to which previous educational and personal experiences have equipped them for the expectations and demands they will encounter in college” (Conley).. In modern times, the high school degree is not all the students are pursuing; many are pursuing degrees from post secondary institutions. One requirement of post secondary institutions is a first year…

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  • Student Personnel Administration Research Paper

    “Congratulations, you have been accepted to Eastern Illinois University.” The emotions I felt are indescribable, my entire body was taken over by the goose bumps. Choosing the right college or university to attend can be a difficult decision for many students. When I was a junior in high school, after visiting a number of colleges I knew exactly where I wanted to attend to receive undergraduate degree. Eastern Illinois University was the perfect match for me. Not only was my brother Rob…

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  • My Educational Experience

    My Past Educational Experience Related Fear and How It Was Address What do you look forward to as you begin this educational experience and your personal search for purpose? My goal and my search for purpose is to achieve my dream as a fulfil nurse, not just ordinary nurse, but exceptional nurse in knowledge, full of information and to be creative in nursing field. I look forward to finish well as planned with good grade and to be one of the exceptional Director in nursing career till my last…

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  • Personal Narrative: Pushing The Limit Challenge

    For my thirty-day pushing the limit challenge, I chose two parts. Why did I choose two parts for the challenge (BE7)? Because I wanted to challenge myself and see if I could accomplish it (BE2). To fulfill my challenge, I had to refrain from pop, juice, and candy and exercise daily (BE8). The first part of my challenge consisted of me not being able to have pop, juice, candy, and it was much harder than the second part (SC4). Throughout the first three days, I got headaches (I did not like this)…

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  • Personal Narrative: How Wrestling Changed My Life

    Wrestling Changed My Life Seventh grade was the most exciting school year I have experienced, because I made the Wrestling Team. However, I was not expecting this outcome, because prior my triumph, I was being declined the opportunity to participate in an extracurricular activity. Immediately after I was introduced to the sport of wrestling, my thoughts were flooded with the goal of becoming a wrestler. Unfortunately, I knew my Mom would never agree to let me wrestle, and the moment I asked for…

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  • Junior Year Of My Life-Personal Narrative

    This is the longest chapter of the book because it is the one I remember the best. Junior Year was filled with friendship, trust, and the whole getting to know us. It was the beginning of our friendship, but senior year was the beginning of our relationship. Senior year. How do I start? It was the year with heartbreaks, sadness, beautiful and perfect moments, confusion, and last but not least, a little bit of courage and alcohol. You spent the summer doing COSMOS and I spent it working. I did…

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  • What Does Happiness Mean When Filling In The Forgotten Chapter Summaries

    Summary/Arrangement of the Book: Part 1: Chapter 1: Young people think of things and events the way they are, then he explains as people get older they think of alternate things, possibilities, and events, not the way they are anymore. 12% of human thoughts are on the future. People like to think about a good future and they go to great lengths construct the best future they can for themselves to minimize the possibility of a bad future. Part 2: Chapter 2: Happiness means different things to…

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  • My Girlfriend Research Paper

    Essay 1 Draft Something that has attached to me and has a deep personal meaning is my girlfriend. I've been dating Pepper for about 3 and a half years and she has changed my life more than anything. We met in 8th grade and I only knew of her as being the cute girl that sits across the class. That is, until our teacher gave us new assigned seats. She was put right in front of me and I had never been so excited. My intentions still never included talking to her because that was way too far…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Nick The Fighter

    Nick the Fighter This is it, my one year anniversary of going to a mixed martial arts school. I’ve gotten a lot stronger, but I am still weak. As I walk to my MMA school I spot something out of the corner of my eye. I see some kids with smirks on their faces, they look like they are chasing me. Naturally, I speed up, but they do the same. I do not know why they would chase me, but they are anyway, I can’t ask questions. I start to sprint but they do not and that worries me. I tire and slow to a…

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  • Parkersburg High School Recruiting Case Study

    Parkersburg High School According to Jeb Blount, in his book Fanatical Prospecting, the eleven little words that changed his life were: “When it is time to go home, make one more call.” Jeb doesn’t remember where these words came from during the course his sales career, but those few small words had an astounding impact (Blount, 2015). As an Army National Guard Recruiting Retention Noncommissioned Officer (ARNG RRNCO), it is my intent to not only embrace that phrase, but to embody that concept…

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