Personal Interview

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Personal Experience p.2

As a young child I have always been the kind of person who has hoped and prayed for great things happen to me, whether it be a passing grade on a test or just hoping to do well in life. There’s a saying that “Hoping and praying are easier to do but do not produce as good results as hard work”. Well I feel that I can really relate to this because there have been many times in my life where it has been easier to just hope and pray that everything works in my favor, instead of having to put all the necessary effort into succeeding. But as I have learned throughout my life, everything comes from hard work. There is no way to deviate from the path of hard work. Being disciplined and working hard is what really determines your success in life. When I was in 8th grade I had auditioned to get into a school called New World School Of the Arts, a magnet high school. I had been prepared for the audition because of the fact that I had practiced very much. When it came time for the audition I was ready and was accepted within the following weeks. I was very excited to start high school, but at the same time I was very nervous. My freshman year started off well. I was doing well in all of my classes, and I had a lot of great teachers. One thing I noticed, was that the music curriculum part of the school was as difficult if not more difficult as the academic side. The music instructors at the school had high expectations for all there students, and Failure to meet these expected requirements would lead to probation. Failure to meet the probation requirements, would lead to expulsion. So I had realized that the school was very serious about its program, and if I had wanted to stay there I was going to have to buckle down and focus. There was Personal experience p.3 one music class that I am going to...
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