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'extremely goal-oriented' - Why transfer, objectives hope to achieve


olaxty1 1 / 1  
Oct 27, 2011   #1
Please provide a statement (250 words minimum) that addresses your reasons for transferring and the objectives you hope to achieve.

I have always thought of myself as extremely goal-oriented. After my High school in Nigeria Nursing has been a deep from the heart major of my choice. Upon my arrival to the United State of America, my first attempt to be enrolled into college was that of CCRI, I was excited to be moving from home and also given my total attention to the fact that fifty percent of my friend and relations are in CCRI.

Having gotten there I came to realized that C.C.R.I will only fetch me Associate in science degree, so I decided I need to find another college that would fulfill my educational goals and needs. Although leaving my friend and relations behind is hard but at the same time it is not advised to toy with one aim and ambition. however I arrived at Rhode Island college refreshed excited that I had discovered the perfect school, more so I found the area of study I'm most interested in.When I visited RIC this fall, I registered as a non matriculating student, I was impressed by the breadth of offering in the healthcare field and I absolutely loved your lab and library set up. I hope to broaden and deepen my knowledge in nursing.

My reason for transferring are almost entirely academics, Rhode Island College would be the college of my dreams because it would provide the rigorous educational atmosphere that I am looking. However RIC has an exceptional reputation that sets it apart from other universities and I would be proud to be a student of Rhode Island College.

As my grade shows, I have been doing well during my fall semester and I am convinced I can meet the academic challenges of RIC. I know I would grow at Rhode Island College.
OP olaxty1 1 / 1  
Oct 27, 2011   #2
Please Advise application deadline is so close...thanks
mereserenity 1 / 5  
Oct 30, 2011   #3
"I have always thought of myself as extremely goal-oriented" try to make it more interesting & captivating rather than simply asserting a fact about yourself. Perhaps you can say something along the lines of "Hungrily working to achieve my goals, I arrived to the United States in order to excel in nursing" and make it more detailed. Make the conclusion a bit more intriguing.


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