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On the surface I see myself as a young stereotypical American woman My commitment to my education is of up most importance to me and holds the key to my high hopes for my futureAs a young child my ability to learn was extremely difficult In the second grade I was diagnosed with a learning disability referred to as Dyslexia This disability affects the brain in such a way that it does not process certain letters words and symbols correctly Overcoming these obstacles has been challenging however by spending long hours studying and taking special classes during school as well as outside of school I have finally conquered this leaning weakness Quickly I realized dyslexia does not disable me but enables me Having dyslexia has encouraged me to work hard as well as teaching me to stay focused More importantly it has helped me choose my career path I am looking to specialize in either Special Education or Social Criminology were I know I can make a permanent difference in the lives of others During high school I decided to not only take on high school courses but to take on the outstanding opportunity offered at Waxahachie Global High School Global is one of 38 STEM science technology engineering mathematics academies across the state of Texas Maypearl High School now offers a similar program and is now paired up with Navarro College Saying this I have decided to finish out my senior year in my home town of Maypearl Given this opportunity I hope to not only graduate with a high school diploma but to also graduate from Navarro Community College with my Associates degree in Science If admitted to College I will continue to work just as hard if not harder to achieve my goals I am looking forward to furthering my education
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