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reflection essay.pdf - Payton Johnson May 1st 2014 Dear...

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Payton Johnson May 1st, 2014 Dear Portfolio Review Committee, My name is Payton Johnson and I’m a first year student here at Husson University. I’m studying Sport Management with a minor in Accounting. I graduated from Richmond High School, in Richmond, ME in June of 2013. I was part of a class made up of thirty- seven students. When I was in High School, English classes, reading, and writing were not my strong points. Ever since I was little, I have struggled with reading. I have a hard time sitting still and focusing on what I’m reading. I’ve, also, always struggled with getting my thoughts down on paper and being creative. Like everyone else, I have no problem writing about things I’m interested in. But when it comes to things I really have no interest in, I have a hard time. Since I was not very good at writing, I did everything I could just to “squeak by.” But once I reached college, I knew those days were over. I couldn’t just write a paper that I only gave half the effort. I had to give my 100% in order to get a good grade. In my Fall Semester I was enrolled in EH 091, and I soon realized that College reading and writing is a whole lot different than High School writing, and I knew I had to change my writing. Eh 091 and EH 123 have taught me how to relate my assignments to things I’m interested in, therefore making it easier for me to write an essay.
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