Autobiography

Autobiography

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Eversince I was 12 years old, I always wanted to be the best ateverything, but I learnt that it was impossible to be good ateverything. When I turned 17 years after graduating from high schoolwith a diploma, I understood that it was humanly impossible to getexcellent in everything because God has given all of us a unique formof strength and weakness so that we can co-exist with others in thecommunity. For the 13years I have been in school, I have learnt theimportance of education in today’s society.

Theworld is quickly becoming a global village which means that anindividual in North America can communicate, exchange ideas andthoughts with another person in South East Asia instantly. Therefore,the importance of learning diverse cultures, languages and religioncomes to mind so that I can freely interact with other people withoutany barriers. The United States is considered to be the world’smost diverse country because it is home to people from all walks oflife Africans, Asians, Latinos and Europeans. Hence, my admission atMichigan State University will be a representation of whatconstitutes America. It is my hope and believes that MSU will be anacademic haven where all my childhood dreams and ambitions will berealized after successfully completing a 4 year degree course inaccounting. Since I was 10 years old, I always loved playing withnumbers I guess that is why I cherished algebra and mathematics inelementary and high school. My high school years were entertainingsimply because of the social activities I engaged.

Honestly,I cannot wait to become a part of the Michigan State Universitystudent fraternity. My admission to this university will make myfriends and family very proud and happy. In addition, I will be ableto meet my ambitions of becoming a CPA as well as starting my ownbusiness in the future.