Analysis Of In Vitro Fertilization

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In my academic career, I have taken a variety of different courses. Many courses apply to my major and some do not. The courses that do not apply are ones I have taken to fulfill GE requirements or that a counselor recommended I take. In my current standing I have taken one hundred and twelve units, although a decent portion unfortunately did not transfer. I transferred here from University of Central Florida and the adviors here say that if there is aany difference they do not accept the course. This is often frustrating especially when a course does not transfer because you covered extra material, not less than required. Each course taken that was under the instruction of a councelor or advisor has resulted in extra classes that were not…show more content…
As a person we all naturally make assumptions, but I do my best not to incorporate that into writing, especially for research. Unless I can have supporting evidence I will not directly state that fact or piece of information. In my Bioethics paper I analyzed an article supporting In Vitro Fertilization for women. We were limited to the number of sources we could use; with the article we initially discussed being the main source. I would say I displayed my strength of analyzing and collecting facts and details from the writing well. This was done by highlighting and made notes on this article several times across a span of three days that way I could pick up information that I initially missed. I was able to successfully follow and fulfill all of the guidelines and specific requirements that were assigned by the department and from my instructor while true to proven facts or results that can be backed heavily by research, this is an important strength in writing scitific…show more content…
I feel confident in saying that I included both sides to every topic I wrote on. For example in the Bioethics essay I discussed how the author felt about the topic as well as how another organization viewed the same topic. The opposing view to the author is “The Roman Catholic Church says it is wrong to separate sex and reproduction and”, were as the author, Lara Purdy says “In Vitro Fertilization is a procedure that should available for women, while educating women “ (Matthews, 2016). If a topic has pros and cons I address them to the best of my ability. This is a strength to me to because I do not feel that all people take the time to say, this is how I feel, here is how the people for the topic feel and then here is what people against the topic feel. Discussing how you as awritier feel is important and is astrengh to the paper partially because it is often reuired in an assignment and because it gies the reader an idea of why the author is writing in a certain manor and give insight to why the paper is structured the way it is. When writing for an assignment there is generally a specific topic to focus
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