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As my last year at Elk Grove High School has come my goals after graduation have altered My ultimate goal for my education is to keep challenging myself during my college years to finish my associates degree with a GPA of 33 or higher With this achievement I will have a higher opportunity in enrolling to University of Illinois School of Engineering to finish my education in majoring electrical engineering The steps I plan on taking to accomplish these goal is by being accepted for the U of I Urbana Champagne engineering pathway program being a full-time student at Harper College and showing full effort and dedication to my performance in school With these two goals I can achieve a career I have full passion for and in what I know I will be a successful woman in the future Obstacles that I have faced in my four years of high school relate to the absence of my father Not having a fatherly figure in our home aided me in becoming more independent and at the same time isolated of others It has also made me more respectful and dependent upon my mother I have overcome this obstacle by giving twice the effort to my education to show my mom that in no matter what state or situation you are in there is always a way out My mother has always taught me that by moving forward in life there is a chance of disappointment and failure With this obstacle I am more motivated than ever to become somebody in this society to prove to the ones who have given up on me and to make my mother and my daughter proud of whom I will become in the future Another obstacle I am facing right now in high school is being pregnant at the age of 17 People make mistakes but the minority of them motivate themselves to make that mistake into something better
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