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Winston Churchill once said Success is not final failure is not fatal it is the courage to continue that counts I fell in love with science as a child growing up in Ethiopia my love grew even more after losing my aunt and uncle to HIV aids because I knew then that science is the only way that would give me answer to how and why my aunt and uncle died The idea of becoming a doctor sparked then and I knew not only that I want to be a doctor but that I need to become a doctor in order to prevent and alleviate the suffering of others All my life I was always used to being number one and even after I came to the United States in the middle of my freshman year in highschool I still managed to adapt to American lifestyle and quickly learned english and received a scholarship from various colleges for my academic achievements During my first year in college an event occurred that changed my life completely My grades suffered as a result of my situation However I got a wake up call during the summer Many instances in my life have reiterated my decision to become a doctor While I was volunteering at special needs school for the summer the happiness and wisdom those children posses helped me realize why I wanted to become a doctor in the first place My passion to help others has evolved and become an integral part of the strong woman I am today Broken-winged birds still can toddle around and peck at things with their beaks so I stayed I worked and I learned If I had quit all I would have was that life that I lost Because I learned from my past and worked hard I made the Deans list this last semester and I was nominated to become Cell Molecular biology tutor I was
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