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    When asked of what college writing means to me is, I have a few concepts. They are; that I am not ready to achieve that capacity of expression, that it must possess exquisite grammar, spelling is of the highest accuracy, and that the proverbial “bar” has never been so high and will never be trumped until you write a resume for an occupation. The primary concern I confess to is that I find it a difficult challenge to not generalize the events. Meaning my stories tend to be short and well below the

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    being privileged, I believe that means that I am able to take care of myself, and have a life that is mostly stress free and enjoyable. Two aspects of my life that I find to be privileged is that I am able to attend college, and that because I am a white, middle-class female, I am not discriminated against because of my race.

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    College writing to me is a new chapter in my life. I am only a junior in high school, which means I have quite a ways to go when it comes to learning and maturing as a person. As I take on this new chapter I expect to see my writing change along with me, for I’ll have new experiences and feelings to put forth in my writing. College writing, to me, is also a place to monitor growth. As I grow, I’m constantly learning and soaking up more knowledge through experience. I fully expect to grow academically

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    school; will I meet knew people; what are the parties like, 2 – new area therefore clean slate; new friends, parties, fraternities or sororities, ways to pass time 3 – Social setting, away from home, something new, progression 4 – Not fitting in, classes being difficult, dropping out, mean or unhelpful teachers, bad grades 1S: The thought of vacating my hometown where I have lived for much of my life to inhabit the town my expected college is located excites me beyond comparison of any thrill I

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    A College Degree Belongs in the Hands of an Undocumented Family I walked towards the stage with my head down. My nerves and emotions felt heavier than I expected them to be. I knew as soon as I made eye contact with my parents I may break down so I continue to take deep breathes. I looked up and there were only three students until it was my turn. As my name was called, my parents stood up, screamed on the top of their lungs, then broke down. Within seconds my eyes were flooded with tears of

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    they came from, with no chance of a job. Many parents and adults do not care, know, or understand the value of a college education. This is my reality. Just as it does not define who I am or what I want to be, neither do my SAT scores. We neither have nor can afford private SAT or ACT tutors. No one tells us to start preparing for college, even as seniors. My SAT training was me, myself, and I studying between jobs and after homework, whenever and wherever I could find a quiet place. Consequently

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    I tried to convince myself that I want to go to college because it will make me a better person; that somehow, as a result of being college educated I will be able to have a larger or better impact on the world. It might be true. Maybe I will have a chance, that I wouldn’t have without a college degree at a job that would allow me to make significant change. Maybe, during college, I’ll become a better person by gaining a more complete understanding of the world. I don’t necessarily expect either

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    What freedom means to me Freedom was very rare and still is and I’m very lucky that I was born in America. A lot of people don’t have the same privileges that every person in America has. Some people are born into a family and whatever the father was the son has to be. I am lucky that people have and continue to fight for my independence so I can be who ever I want to be. I have the choice to work hard and be successful or do nothing and be nothing. The freedom of Americans are protected

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    calling in college? Now my five top themes are Harmony, Includer, Communication, Adaptability, and Consistency. These five strengths are a way for students to discover themselves and then flourish with this newfound self-awareness. I will apply these themes to my life to evoke academic success and my vocational calling through college and the rest of my life. To apply my strengths to my academic success I must first understand what academic success and vocational calling means. In college, my academic

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    College Is Not Right

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    of parents want their child to go to college when they grow up well what do the kids want to do. I think college is not the right choice for me because to much money to pay, but you really don't have to go to college to get a good job and a lot of money.I think college is not the right choice for me. For example you really don't need to go to college to get a good job i read an article and he made a record label and made like 50,000 and he didn't go to college n uber n taxi drivers get 50 or more

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