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In all respect Ive always had a fascination with becoming an FBI agent As my interest grow during my educational progression Im learning how my personal attributes with help me in my given field First of is the size of my physical build which I believe will help me with any possible altercation I my encounter My positive attitude toward life will also be helpful I also have a good decision making skills with out letting let and kind of prejudice entering my mind The reason I am so positive about this is Ive had such a variety of friends Ive had friends of different races ethnic background and religious beliefs Ive also have a vary strong emotional barrier due to all the tragedy Ive gone though in my life Ive lost three of my closet friends in the last four years Through all those years I was the person who was strong to help my entire friends threw our losses When I get into the field all the knowledge Ive acquired in my education will in all intent be useless How do I know this you ask Several people I know in several justice fields have told me that the real education comes in the field Their have several movies such as The Siege Silence of the Lambs witch have inspired me to follow in this possible life style The TV show cops is the most instamental to me due to the way they always explain how to dissolve every encounter and what would happen to the perpetrator These movies and TV shows give a positive outlook on my possible life in handling these issues I would not leave out the possibility of becoming a scout leader The reason I think I could handle this job is because Ive always had an attraction to teaching children I have been babysitting children for seven
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