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Hopes and Dreams Upon arrival at the University of Delaware, I became lost. I was not used to the system of college dorms and as I looked for around the campus, I ended up on the wrong side of the school. Thanks to the help of one of the generous campus shuttle driver I finally found my living quarters location. I realized then just how large the campus really was. After registering with the admissions office, I began to settle in, several others were doing so as well, as this is the beginning of the Fall 2012 semester. Simultaneously I began to meet my college friends. It was important I do as these will be the people I will be spending my time with for the next couple of years. It became one big social gathering. The first initial question after we exchanged greeting is where are you from. The answers varied as there were students from many states and several countries.
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Unformatted text preview: Another major reason for my transfer is because I felt that my classes were not challenging enough. I desire very tough coursework. As I love a good academic challenge. The assignments I received at Cecil could be compared to the coursework counterparts from high school. Another important reason for transferring schools is location. Ultimately, I hope to achieve great academic success at a University with a robust academic curricula to help challenge my intellect so I can one day make a difference in this world. I hope to build for myself a strong background steeped in strong academics, degrees, community service, internships and extracurricular activities and I know that it is important that I carefully choose which college I desire to provide with these vital resources....
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2012 for the course ENG 102 taught by Professor Gasp during the Spring '12 term at Cecil College.

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