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  • Date Submitted: 10/14/2013 6:13 PM
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Integrity Essay

The word integrity means honesty, incorruptibility, wholeness, and entirety. Many well determined students have integrity at my school and I am proud for them. My integrity allows me to be responsible for my schooling, be hardworking in all my endeavors, and be unprejudiced with my fellow classmates.

In my life, responsibility has played a big role because I am the eldest of my family and younger siblings are always looking up to me. If they don’t learn to be responsible from me then they won’t ever learn it. Once when I was 10 I found a wallet in the playground and I gave it to the teacher in case anyone came looking for it. I know from experience that when you lose your wallet it is a great loss, so I went and returned the wallet. Ever since then I have always been not only a responsible student, but also hardworking in my studies.

My family has always stressed how important it is for me to be hardworking and determined in my studies. They always support me when I have problems in school and help me everyday if I have difficult homework. In the beginning of school I try to take classes that will challenge me so that I am never bored at school. Helping me when I need it I feel I can take any challenging class as long as I have my family to help me through it. Being hardworking is very important, but being unprejudiced to others is too.

Unprejudiced means not to have an unreasoning opinion or like or dislike of something. To me I believe that being unprejudiced to everyone is very important because if you treat everyone else with respect then they will treat you with respect. I believe that anyone who does not treat everybody else with respect has no respect for him or herself. In this thought I try to think everyday, so that I will not discriminate anyone and I will have respect for myself. I think being an unprejudiced student is one of the major keys in to becoming an ideal student not only for my teachers,...

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