300 Word Essay On Responsibility

300 Word Essay On Responsibility-19
What he could have done better was spend more time describing himself after he made improvements.

What he could have done better was spend more time describing himself after he made improvements.

Although it was sometimes difficult trying to find links between my self and my Saudi Arabian, Hungarian, French, Nigerian, or Chilean friends, I soon came to enjoy my new stir fry environment.

By the time I left, I was wondering how I ever could survive the boredom of attending a homogeneous institution.

Each hair on the back of my neck sprang to attention, as I strained to hear the women's inflammatory remarks.

I gripped my bag of Mc Donald's harder with each insulting phrase.

That aspect of my character led the first years of my high school life.

I refrained from asking questions in class, afraid they might be considered too stupid or dumb by my classmates.

The coaches have always said before games that nothing is impossible; I know that now. Whether I succeed or fail is irrelevant; it is only important that I have tried and tested myself.

Comments: The topic of this essay is how the applicant has matured and changed since his freshman year. One of the strengths of this essay is that it is well organized.

Before my freshman year at [high-school], I was shy, had low self-esteem and turned away from seemingly impossible challenges. On the first day of freshman practice, the team warmed up with a game of touch football. However, during the game, I noticed that I didn't run as hard as I could, nor did I try to evade my defender and get open.

The fact of the matter is that I really did not want to be thrown the ball.

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