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1.) How were you as a student?
2.) What was your favorite subject and did you excel in it?
3.) What – if any – is your fondest school years memory?
4.) Did you attend college and if so, how was that experience?
5.) Would you go back to school – be it in person or online – if you could? (Or to earn another degree?)
1.) Growing up, I was a very driven student. Though my parents didn’t push me to succeed, I looked at school as my job and tried to do my very best at all times. This resulting in lots of all A report cards, winning poster contests, etc. As I got closer to college, I admit that I slacked off because I wasn’t being challenged. School was pretty easy for me up until the dreaded college algebra.
2.) I always loved English (of course) and yes, I did well. Though to be honest, I liked pretty much all subjects until high school math. In high school, I really loved my science classes but knew I’d never pursue a science as a career.
3.) For some reason, whenever I think of school, the first thing that pops into my head are the years from 3rd to 5th grade. I went to a private school until then and after, Orange Brook Elementary in Hollywood. It was only a few blocks from my house and I walked. I loved my teachers, friends, getting good grades, being a hallway monitor, and winning spelling bees. The playground was awesome, they had huge open fields where I ran and oftentimes beat even the fastest boys.
4.) Ahh yes, for me, college was a given. I moved just far enough away (four hours) to be separated from my parents but not so far I couldn’t easily drive home for the weekend. College was fun and stressful. I changed majors halfway and took five years to complete undergrad. But I learned a lot and not just in actual classes. College is such a huge life experience. I don’t regret going at all. Neither do I regret grad school.
5.) I think that someday, I may return for my PhD but it probably won’t be in writing. I guess it depends on whether or not I think it might help me gain a better job… or not.