My College Experience

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Sometimes, when there is absolutely nothing to do but reflect on my past, I begin to lament my childhood- all those things I didn't say, all those people I didn't stand up to. I used to be an outgoing student who was active in extra-curriculum activities, but when I got to high school everything changed since everyone seemed so excellent and I lost my confidence. To most people in high school the first year, I was the timid kid, but there was really so much more to me. High school is supposed be one of greatest, most stress-free times in a person's life, but it wasn't so pleasing for me. Truthfully, I wouldn't have it any other way since my high school is one of the best in my home province and I chose to get in myself. Through the high school years, my Self-abased slowly faded away, but I always carried my thoughts close to heart. Having grown up that year without confidence, I realize how blessed I am to be able to show my talent and express myself. When given the opportunity now, I love to talk and being listened. For the better or worse, I have plenty to say. While some kids like collecting coins or fixing cars, I like to build up conversations and perform because I am good at playing the piano and dancing as well as singing are my hobbies. From my childhood to now where I'm applying to college, I'm basically writing my autobiography. This all may sound a bit stupid, but it's who I am, what I'm supposed to be doing. It took me a long time to realize how beautiful I am, and now I feel a responsibility to make up for all that time of silence. After looking back,I thought to myself, "How much I've grown!" The truth is that I still have a chance to continue growing. I would love to grow and continue to be the real

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