Everyone should have goals when they are striving to achieve a specific task. A good example is when goals are important to have is when people attend college. Therefore, I have developed three personal goals that I consider important in achieving my goals. My short-term goals is to transfer from TCC to Baylor University, Waco, my long-term goal is to graduate with a Bachelor in biology and my life-goal is to become a pediatrician.
My short-term goal is to transfer from Tarrant County College to Baylor University. Transferring from a two year college to a four year university would allow me to take the next step towards my career and also allow me to express my inner abilities. I want to achieve this goal to prove to my family and myself that I am able to achieve anything as long as I put my mind and heart to it. To transfer I'll need to take steps such as meeting with a transfer advisor to become familiar with transfer policies, consider my academic goals, visit campuses and talk to transfer coordinators in admissions, learn what financial opportunities are available, submit applications, recommendations, transcripts and financial aid application.
My long-term goal is to graduate from Baylor University with a degree in Bachelor of science. To graduate with a bachelor of science I would need to take 124 credit hours mostly consisting of chemistry and biology courses. In order to qualify for medical school I'd need to make sure that I graduate with a GPA of at least 3.0 and also make a commitment to volunteer in hospitals and help out in the community. As an undergraduate I would join one or more of the biology department's active research groups and conduct independent researches.
My life-goal is to become a pediatrician. Becoming a pediatrician would be a good match for my characteristic traits. I am social and I like working with children so that is a good match with this career. As a pediatrician one of the things I would have to do is give check ups to...