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As I type away on my computer at my desk made out of some wooden composite in my tranquil room I discern several things I know what I know I feel what I feel I believe what I believe I view what I view When I situate myself in front of a reflection of Alaina Talbot I observe carefully What do I look for Most of you would look for the typical flaws in your individual exterior I on the other hand look at her and play over the last two years of my existence As an incoming freshman I was animated vivacious eager and enthusiastic about secondary school I was a 40 GPA student on the basketball team I respected my family my friends my life and myself What you dont detect is that I had just encountered a difficult process in my life with my best friend moving away Two months subsequent to the start of my freshman year my mother was determined to receive her teaching credentials learn American Sign Language ASL to broaden her knowledge of sign language since she was previously fluent in Signing Exact English SEE a different signing system Since I lived more than 30 miles from my school it was mandatory to quit the basketball team so that my mother could pursue what she wanted I understood her wishes gave up my life and passion because of my love for her Basketball had kept me physically mentally busy causing a diversion from Prestons move That conveys me to another situation in my life the sixth grade I was depressed back then because I felt isolated from my peers when I was placed into the Advanced Program for Academically Accelerated Students APAAS program When I met Preston at a family camp weekend in Malibu he seemed to emerge in my life when I most needed a companion and I
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