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Brian Lee September 14 2008 FIGS Health and Medicine HW1: Journal Entry I Dear Brian, I’m writing a letter to you for a first year interest group seminar that you are taking this semester. I’m going to write about the challenges that I am facing as a first year student and some goals I have set for myself this semester and also my four years at Rutgers University. I am facing several new challenges in college. The transition from my senior year to this year is somewhat difficult. My senior year of high school was relatively easy and the workload was not very intense. I am attempting a total of seventeen credits in the fall semester. My classes include the FIGS, chemistry, biology, expository writing, calculus, and intro to experimentation.
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Unformatted text preview: Some goals I have set for myself include becoming a captain for the club lacrosse team. I am playing this year and practices are on Monday and Wednesday nights. Lacrosse is just one more reason that I have to manage my time wisely. I would like to join a fraternity. Luckily, the president of Phi Kappa Tau was a teammate on my high school lacrosse team. I hope to attain a high position in a fraternity. I want to finish college with at least a GPA of 3.8 and I would like to dominate my MCATS. Some other goals include being involved in clubs and gaining valuable experience in a summer internship at a hospital. After college, I hope to be attending medical school. Good Luck! Sincerely, Brian Lee...
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  • Spring '08
  • Israel
  • Phi Kappa Tau, lacrosse team, Brian Lee, club lacrosse team, high school lacrosse

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