Since the moment you are created in the womb, you are being made with your own characteristics. Everyone is unique in their own way, but in some cases what makes them unique can be quite impressive. The moment a single cell takes an unexpected turn can lead to the formation of a special person. This was just the case for Randy Foye, Melanie Gaydos, and the DaSilva family.
What makes me unique? This is a question that many people may ask themselves over the years. Upon pondering upon it, I realized that a lot of us our the same, especially in a school setting. We wake up, eat breakfast, go to all of our classes and go home. Even extra curricular have an abundant amount of people attending. So what makes us unique? Looking around and thinking about students, nothing obvious stands out. So I started looking at commonalities. Most people love gossip, so rumors are always a hot topic in a highschool. Upon thinking about rumors, it really shows how much people are judged by these stigmas made by other people. What makes me different from other people is my ability to never believe rumors.
As humans we believe that we are unique and there is nobody in the world who is exactly the same as us. However our uniqueness originates from our life experiences and these events we experience drive us towards certain characteristics that mark who we are. No matter how unique you may feel there is likely someone else in the world who has gone through similar situations.
One thing that is unique to me is that I have an identical twin. Being a twin results in a constant rivalry attempting to accomplish bigger and grander feats than the other. This has ensured persistent improvements through studying for exam or training for cross country races. Without realizing it my rivalry had lead to improving many skills required for AP classes. By applying those skills I have been able to excel in my
Everyone has heard that it is who you are on the inside that counts. This part of your identity is what makes a person truly unique. It is true that someone can have the same name, be the same age, or have the same job as you. So your identities would seem very similar. It is possible for two people from the same place that share such numerous interests to believe that they are one and the same. That is until you take a closer look and examine the person?s thought and feelings. No two people are exactly alike. Our identities spawn individuality. Therefore, your identity also shows what kind of person you are beneath the skin. It is a picture of how your view your self and your purpose in the world.
There are so many different characteristics that make each individual awesome. The way they help protect the environment. Their killer confident. The way they care for and about other people. The honesty that they display. The courage they have. The way no matter what is going on with them, they help to make your life better. No matter what it is, everyone is awesome, but I think I am pretty awesome too.
When I think what makes me unique, some personal traits come up to me. One is my ability to adapt any circumstance, and another is an ability to quickly improve myself. In every class, professors have different ways to teach and grade. Especially, when it comes to exams and assignments, it is important to know what professors are looking for and how I am going to get that. Some students might struggle to get through these, but as a student who is confident of the adaptability, I can always find the way to adapt and succeed in the class.
Every person is born with a unique sense of characteristics and qualities. The ability to think and to use reason is what sets us apart from all other species. But what sets us apart from each other? Imagination and creativity, the ability to generate new ideas, and finding new ways to problem solve are what sets someone
Being creative is a major part of who I am and always have been. As early in my life as I can remember, I have always been exposed to art. Whether it was painting, drawing, coloring, or making homemade gifts, it was the one thing I truly desired. Although I am a creative person, I am also more of an introvert than an extrovert. I have taken many personality and career tests and I have always been pointed in the direction of becoming a graphic designer. I never really thought about graphic design as a profession until my teachers and experiences I had through out my high school career helped confirm my decision to continue in that direction.
Why do I deserve to win? Well, why does anyone deserve anything? Is it by birth that we come to deserve things, that some call necessities and others privileges, or by just being human can one deserve something? I believe that I deserve this scholarship because I believe that my parents deserve not to go bankrupt putting me through school. Now how is $1,000 going to keep my parents off the verge of financial collapse? It won't, at least not alone. This scholarship along with the others I might be fortunate enough to receive will. Until the day when college is free, I and millions of students will have to pay for college this way, hoping that the generosity of strangers will pay their way. I hope that you help pay mine.
Muffled pop music shakes the thin walls, sweat-drenched zombies cross the greenways, and I, I sit in the living room with the lights off experiencing a mild existential crisis, with pen in hand. I consider what I think I am, how I think I accomplished great tasks, and what creativity might be. I searched in for more complex relationships, but that failed. I turned to the simple, and found the answer to all three of my questions: being different. To be creative is to be different. I am different, I attribute my progress in life to acting different, and I consider creativity as simply being different.
What makes me special? I have pondered on this question and I can’t seem to come up with an answer. Some people have special talents that set them apart from the “usual”. People are classified as special because of their amazing singing voices, the fact that they are geniuses, or for their amazing athletic capability. But I don't have any of those things. So back to the original question, what makes me Hope Rose Maugeri so special.
Write an essay to explain what you have discovered about yourself. What are your strengths? How has your Pathway Academic Start experience enriched or challenged you? What goals will you work toward accomplishing as you move forward?
Here I am, down in my blocks looking at the ground waiting for the ref to call the next move. Concentration in my eyes and determination on my heart and mind. The next whistle is called, gun is blown, and I shoot out of the blocks. Taking the first turn competing for the top spot, running my hardest. First hundred down, three to go. Getting up in the second place spot. Behind first place now by only a few steps as we hit the final hundred, I get closer and closer to her. Neck and neck, finally passing her and finishing with compassion and greatness. Having good sportsmanship walking over to the other girls and telling them good race. One event down, two to go.
Over the course, I have learned that all people are unique and have their own personal traits and qualities. One person does not just simply fall into one category, but various categories. What is beautiful about all of us is that we all have diverse personalities, traits and qualities. I have learned that we should be proud of and embrace these unique qualities of ours.