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Footsteps into a new threshold College education a new frontier in the ever-changing path of our lives An era so to speak in which we enter an educational institute still teenagers to graduate more knowledgeable and mature men At this point we are like blocks of stone to be sculpted over the next few years of our undergraduate education into individuals ready to face the real world Undoubtedly these are the most important years of our lives the qualities and knowledge we imbibe now will forever remain with us and affect the rest of our lives in the most profound way These are the years in which I hope to strike a balance between my social and academic life to graduate a confident person well equipped to stand on my own two feet Knowing the strengths and weaknesses one possesses an individual can determine who he is and what he will be able to achieve in life My greatest strength is the fact that I can perform extremely well in stressful situations This attribute is very helpful in circumstances where deadlines are to be met which is every other day As far as I can remember I have always performed better and worked more efficiently when the atmosphere around me has been tense An abnormal quality I agree but a very useful one Scenario one I have just started studying for an exam to be given in seven hours I need to study at least seven hours to achieve the desired grade Most likely result I will accomplish the task at hand and get the grade I want Scenario two I study for the same paper three days in advance and revise the day before the exam Most likely result I will accomplish the set goal but my grade will be less than what I hoped to achieve This strength could also be considered a weakness of
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