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Every human being in this world has his or her own individuality and he or she has his or her own way of living However in todays competitive world only the ones that can distinguish themselves from this broad and general category are the highly successful ones And any person who has the ability to be very patient is hard working and has enough self-motivation is also most likely to be the highly successful I even as a kid have always tried to be unique in what I am and the way I look at the world Unlike most of my peers my goals have been set for a while I decided to pursue my goals in the field of modern computing at about age fifteen when I migrated from India with my parents America provided me with some of the very excellent opportunities that hardly exist in third world countries such as India Even though migrating to new place that was completely foreign to my family and me was a hard time I decided I would lead a normal life unlike how other migrated-Americans do I decided to overcome the odds and worked hard and thus here I am in one the well-established Universities in the nation Now that I am here I would be at an advantage by being ahead of the game and an internship opportunity in my freshman or sophomore would be of great help in doing so This would not only help me academically and financially but would also provide me with necessary experience in real world situations An internship with a company which is well established is a brilliant source of knowledge Firstly I will be able to physically see and experience the concepts that I have learned through out my life This provides me a chance to reflect upon what I have learned in the past On the other hand I will be able to gain some very
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