Choose Me

             “Why should we choose you? What makes you different?” Everyone is asked this question more than once in their lifetime. No matter whether it’s to get a job or to get accepted into the college of your choice. Once ask some may stutter, some may think, and others just might tell a fib to make them look like the best person for the job or school. This speculated question has been dropped on me. I will neither stutter, contemplate, nor tell a fib. I will simply be honest on why you should allow me admittance into your college. You should allow me admittance into your college because I am a hard working student; I never leave a task unfinished, and I’m very competitive.
             Firsthand, I know that every college hears from all the applies that they are hard working students all the time. What makes me saying that different is because I can not only talk the talk, but I can also walk the walk. My credentials back up my story. Also if you were to talk to every single teacher that has had the pleasure of teaching me they will tell you the same thing. That no matter what it was I was doing that I never gave up or walk away from it. I stayed until I finished. They can also tell you that when I finished whatever it was I was doing that I got it right.
             Secondly, this brings me to reason number two. I’m the type of person that I hate leaving anything unfinished. It irritates me like having a fly in your ear. No matter how big or small a task is I will not leave it undone or put it off. From making my bed to finishing up a homework assignment due two weeks later. I will complete it as soon as I get it. I’m not the type of person that waits until the last minute to do anything. My motto is “Work now party later.” Work and important things are a first to me, and school is the number one priority. Also if there is something that is challenging me I will not give up on it and toss it aside. I will keep at it until I finish, and finish r...

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