Hey whats up hello

Hey whats up hello

Graduating from high school early, I enrolled in The University of Texas at San Antonio for the spring 2015 semester. Although I didn’t attend the university of choice, I knew ever since freshman year of high school that I wanted to get my education through Texas A&M University. I admire the school and what it has to offer. With me having a passion for architecture, I have had the desire to build and renovate homes since a very young age. Ever since I knew what I wanted my future career to be, I have been working hard to accomplish my goals as a successful woman of construction.
My junior year of high school I decided I wanted to graduate a semester early. The reason being is that I could not wait to get started on learning about what I’ll be doing for my future career. My first year of college I decided to attend UTSA. Being the first of the children out of my family and friends, I had no idea what to expect when I got to college. My grades were pretty good for a freshman taking a full 15 hours; although, I ended up failing my algebra with calculus for business class, which brought my GPA down immensely. The following semester I retook the course and carried an A throughout the whole semester. I went from a GPA of a 1.8 my first semester, to a 3.3 my second. I am extremely proud of what I overcame academically and I sure do plan on improving even more.
Deciding that I want to pursuer my dream of attending TAMU, I am now attending Blinn college for the Spring 201 semester in hopes to be accepted to TAMU for the following semester. So far, being in College Station has had a great and positive affect on me. I’m actually where I want to be. Not fully, but one step closer. I’m in the town where I hope to be for another 3 years, and I have all my friends to be there by my side every step of the way. Though it’s still early in the semester, I can tell that Blinn is preparing me for what to expect at A&M. And taking my first major related course is getting me driven...

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