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Me and Sports

I have played tennis, volleyball, and softball throughout high school, both on my school teams and for clubs as well. Sports allows me to make use of my competitive side, as well as spend my excess energy. I have ADHD … Continue reading

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How I was raised

I come from parents and grandparents who are very successful, and most of them work in the sciences. My grandfather was a successful chemist, my mom is a nurse and my dad is an accomplished vascular surgeon. He also thinks … Continue reading

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Overcoming Obstacles

School has always been more challenging for me than for many other students. Growing up, I was very energetic and had a hard time paying attention during class; even when I was sitting, I would fidget in my chair. In … Continue reading

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Approaching Differing Believes

Junior year, I took U.S. History with Mr. McKenna. It was quite different from a regular history class because we focused so much on current events. Mr. McKenna was incredibly passionate about politics, however, his views often focused on only … Continue reading

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Working with the Humane Society (and other animal related experience)

Since Freshman year in high school, I have volunteered with the Humane Society in the San Francisco Bay Area. As a Freshman, I was only able to walk and care for the dogs there. This was my first step in … Continue reading

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Why Vet?

“Tyson, come” He looks up at me, all sad, and peels his ears back. “Tyson, come over here!” Finally he gets up and walks very slowly in my direction, but stops right before he reaches me. He knows what is … Continue reading

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Whats Up With AP Bio?

At first, I wasn’t sure if I made the right decision in joining this class. I thought this would be another boring Biology class. I learned that there was much more then just reading a text book. There was many … Continue reading

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