Me as a Student

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Me as a student “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”. A quote by Benjamin Franklin that has always been important to me, and in following it I have grown to be more and more confident in my learning. This led to a growth in my confidence, and inevitably allowed me to learn in a way that suited me. To believe in myself has and will always be my first priority. Throughout the last 18 years of my life, I have come to have many regrets, and have faced a range of difficulties. This constant notion of failure knocking at my door prompted my response of accepting it, only considering my failure as a way to learn from the experiences. I believe that how I choose to overcome these obstacles determines whether I will become successful or not. As many people say, we learn from our experiences and our mistakes, but there are very few people who actually choose to act upon it. I consider myself among those who accept their mistakes and as having the ability to resolve them. Being a free thinker, I always imagined myself as a number of different occupations as a child. When I was 8 I wanted to be a hair dresser, a stay at home mum, a social worker, a journalist and a flight attendant altogether. The older I got the more I began to realise that life goes by quickly and there is no way I could possibly accomplish everything I dreamt of as a child; and I should focus on one thing that I am passionate about and put my whole heart into it. So I began
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