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I often wonder how I want to spend the rest of my life My dream is to explore the ocean and discover the many secrets that still lie beneath the waters surface I am approaching a time in my life when decision making will pave the way for my future To have the best of both worlds a rewarding career and a life revolving around aquatic life marine biology looks very appealing to me The study of marine biology would allow me to study and eventually have a profession in the area of marine life that interests me most For as long as I can remember the coastal region has been very interesting to me When I was a young boy at the age of six I loaded up a row boat with my friend and ventured across what seemed like a vast body of water the Indian River never having any fear only intrigue This was my first greatest adventure In my teen years my interest is still sharp and my determination has given me many opportunities to discover far away places within the great ocean I have mastered the mechanics of maneuvering boats fishing in great depths of the ocean and even the sport of SCUBA diving I have chased crustaceans on the floor of the ocean and have discovered the beauty of pristine coral reefs There has been a few times that I swam amongst sharks and barracudas It is so easy to know this is where and how I want to spend my lifeIn thinking of a university or a marine biology program it will be necessary for the location to be a hot spot that is a location that will allow access to marine research and opportunities to work with prominent scientists The university that I have in mind is the University of Miami This university is a nationally distinguished for its marine biology undergraduate program furthermore it is located
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