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ESSAY ABOUT MY MOST DIFFICULT DECISION (how to start it?)


benial 1 / 5  
Mar 12, 2012   #1
please I need help on the form a question like this: "Describe one of the most difficult decisions you ever made. What made it so difficult? What process did you use to make the decision? Give examples of this? Try to do this in no more than 250 words.." should take for scholarship.
menukagrg 7 / 98  
Mar 12, 2012   #2
What kind of help do you need? With the subject or writing?

If subject, then maybe you can write about your decision to study further and pursue masters. This is, incase you don't have anything to write about.
Gaia 1 / 2  
Mar 12, 2012   #3
Though this question may seem difficult to you at first, if you start writing it will get easier. I'm sure you have a lot of experiences which you can draw ideas from. If I were to answer this question I would look into my final year project days and find a suitable one.

A decision can be difficult maybe because it involves a lot of people and you don't want to hurt anyone or its an opportunity of a life time but you have exams to give.

The process you can use is a healthy discussion with the team, voting or maybe involve a mentor / parent. Even writing down the pros and cons on a paper can sometimes solve a lot of issues.

I hope my reply is helpful to you. Please let me know if you need any more clarification. Good luck!
OP benial 1 / 5  
Mar 13, 2012   #4
thank you all for your reply. I used a quite personal experience and will be glad if you help me confirm if it answers the question.

How do you demonstrate integrity and command respect?
Describe one of the most difficult decisions you ever made. What made it so difficult? What process did you use to make the decision? Give examples of this. Try to do this in no more than 250 words. We can discuss it further at interview

My endoscopy result proved I had Hiatus Hernia and Stomach Ulcer and the reasons behind the awful pains I experience after taking in either solid or liquid food. The complexity of deciding between staying home and going to college was because of the possibility of failing academically and not recovering quick enough if I choose school. At the hospital, my doctor shared his experience in a comparable condition where he chose to stay out of school for two years to recover; my mother's expression confirmed her support on that decision.

Looking at the situation at hand, I established the fact that, whatever decision I take will affect none other but me and my future plans, it was therefore my decision alone to make. I chose to centre on my personal ambitions, goals and plans for the future with regards to education, career and family. I considered all the alternatives and my concerns for days using pros and cons list and chose college because I believe determination defines success in spite of all the uncertainties with the decision.

Although two years of my academic performance reflected this unstableness, I pulled out of quickly saying to myself, "I will not create any excuse to fail". I was determined to graduate with nothing less than honours.
chalumeau /  
Mar 13, 2012   #5
My endoscopy results showed that I had hiatal hernia and a stomach ulcer, the culprits behind the awful pain I had been experiencing after taking in solid or liquid food. At the hospital, my doctor shared his similar experience and recovery, which forced him out of school for two years. My mother's expression confirmed her support for my recovery at home. Although I found the situation complex, I decided to stay home and not risk academic failure during my recovery.

I changed the 1st paragraph so that you see how you can change your word order for better clarity. Try to stay in the same verb tense.
OP benial 1 / 5  
Mar 14, 2012   #6
thank you so much, I really appreciate this.
OP benial 1 / 5  
Mar 21, 2012   #7
I did the correction has I said but I want to find out if the essay is not too personal and if it really answers the question. Your opinion really count.

Thanks,
benial
chalumeau /  
Mar 21, 2012   #8
Describe one of the most difficult decisions you ever made. What made it so difficult? What process did you use to make the decision? Give examples of this? Try to do this in no more than 250 words.."

Here's an honest opinion. It sounds as though the doctor and mother supported you in your decision to stay home and rest. It sounds like a painful experience, but I don't know if it's truly a "difficult decision." Let me explain. A difficult decision is one that has no right or wrong answer. In terms of medicine, a difficult decision is an emergency decision that is made without knowing all of the facts, such as internal bleeding, which may be hidden. I think the essay committee would have thought you more brave if you had continued school soon after the diagnosis; however, they did not experience what you experienced. Other times, a difficult decision is one that is right but may not be what everyone else is doing. An example is dumping friends who are committing, what you consider to be, immoral acts. Friendship is a reward, but morality is a higher one. Hopefully, you see my points.
OP benial 1 / 5  
Mar 22, 2012   #9
yes I get it but I actually continued after the diagnosis. I am so grateful for your response. I will also look at other decisions.
chalumeau /  
Mar 22, 2012   #10
Although two years of my academic performance reflected this unstableness, I pulled out of quickly saying to myself, "I will not create any excuse to fail". I was determined to graduate with nothing less than honours.

"Although two years of academic performance reflected this unstableness..." is very confusing to me. I don't remember this part in the original either. Did you edit your post?

I read your last paragraph as,
"I pulled out of school thinking, 'I will not create any excuse to fail.' I was determined to graduate with nothing less than honors." You waited so that you would graduate with honors.
chalumeau /  
Mar 23, 2012   #11
It's funny when I read the paragraphs the first time. I kept waiting for you to say that you went ahead anyway but was surprised when you ended by saying you agreed with the doctor and your mother. I'm happy to hear that you went ahead and graduated.

I've never received a life-threatening diagnosis or been hospitalized while in school. It must have been tough. I've run out of money among other problems.
OP benial 1 / 5  
Mar 26, 2012   #12
thanks, please is there room to comment on another essay?
chalumeau /  
Mar 26, 2012   #13
There's always room to comment on another essay?
That's a strange question.

You may receive more responses if you start a new thread,
but I have not really seen that to be true.
TanvirBD - / 9  
Mar 26, 2012   #14
Sorry, we have no any collection for help u.
chalumeau /  
Mar 27, 2012   #15
Yes I learned the hard way at several workplaces that coworkers will lie to you to make you look bad in front of others. For instance, I was told at one workplace that we were supposed to tell our customers to go to another store. The rationale made sense: we had too few workers--too many customers. I was catching errors at almost 50% error rate! However, management was not happy the next day. Another time, I was told my lot was full---I couldn't see to the end of the lot---so I trusted the old man with the white beard and put a "full" sign out. Then, the next car was some lady who became very angry after I told her the lot was full. And I was going to tell the same thing to the car behind her. She tells me, "The car behind me is with me!" Both cars drive off in a fury. Way before these events, I was told to NEVER answer any questions at work and to put everyone on hold. The people who were supposed to answer the phones neglected their jobs. I apologize for that as much as I can, but it wasn't my fault. If I have ever been too slow at answering the phone then I apologize for that too. It was b/c I was overwhelmed--not b/c I'm an evil person. It used to be that people didn't think the worst of others--they understood what difficulties were.

Ok... Obviously I wasn't going to let in the car behind her either. If the lot is full, the lot is full. It would be nice to get clarity on her strange behavior, but I've found that I'm not privileged to that. Or, if anyone on this website knows anything... I welcome all illuminations. Hounding a woman to death(She WISHES SHE WERE DEAD) who has no friends (NOT A SINGLE ONE) and no true family is a cruel thing to do. Forcing her to do a job that she is ill equipped to handle is also cruel.

I've been told "NO":
1) Science
2) Healthcare
3) Teaching
4) Driving cars in a garage

Due to my frail genetic makeup, I am forced to say "NO" to any job that requires lifting more than 10 pounds. (Even 10 pounds is too much sometimes.)

There's not much left.
Finally, I find a website that allows me to help people and still there are comments and saboteurs? You can't stand that I'm able to help people? Why would anyone object to this website? Who are you people? How do you know my home phone? ---pranks calls the last few days with the same thread names...

Do you personally know me Lydia James? Who are you? How do you know me?


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