Becoming A Professional Engineer : Texas A & M And M. M

1493 WordsOct 6, 20156 Pages
One thing that is unique about me that might not be apparent from my application is my undying will to tenaciously improve myself. In high school, I started playing football and I was literally the weakest and one of the worst players on my team. Instead of not believing in myself and quitting football, I tenaciously, toiled every day for three years until I improved my strengths and weaknesses as a player. Eventually those around me took notice of my massive improvement and I have since applied this unique aspect of myself into everything that I pursue. With the intent of becoming a Professional Engineer, I would like to transfer to Texas A&M University to pursue a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering. The purpose of my essay is to explain to you exactly why I want to transfer to Texas A&M and how joining Texas A&M would profit me. “Emmanuel, you know that I’ve been a high school football coach for years now. After a while it’s easy to lose interest in coaching. I’ve coached kids of all different talent levels and backgrounds. When you coach for such a long time you can tell within the first few weeks of practice, whether a kid is going to be great and go on to maybe play college football, or whether a kid doesn’t have the desire and work ethic in him to succeed and will eventually quit. When you started playing sophomore year I was sure that you were going to end up as one of the quitters. To be honest, you started out as a terrible wide receiver, but here you

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