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John Hopkins Essay - Chemistry, The Combustion Reaction of My Knowledge


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Dec 21, 2009   #1
Johns Hopkins offers 50 majors across the schools of Arts and Sciences and Engineering. On this supplement, we ask you to identify one or two that you might like to pursue here. Why did you choose the way you did? If you are undecided, why didn't you choose?

please critique it harshly and please help me with grammatical errors! thanks!

"Now I want you all to repeat after me, Leo the Lion goes Grrrrrr." The majority of the AP Chemistry students merely rolled their eyes at Mrs. Jones corny reference. Going about in her energetic and merry manner, she tried to teach each student, including myself, the basic concept of half reactions. While she continued to fill our minds with more cute analogies and students turned their attention to doodling, I continued to become fascinated through learning more and more elements affiliated to Chemistry.

Knowing particles that weight less than a feather continuously travel on a daily basis within, distant, and next to me intrigued me. Learning each being in the classroom is made up of tightly clustered minuscule units called atoms only left me ravenous for further knowledge in the convoluted and phenomenal world of Chemistry.

Pursuing a major in Chemistry will aid in quenching my comprehension of the vast fundamentals in accordance to the subject. I hope to gather eventual knowledge of the complexity of hybridization of orbitals and atomic structure and soon carry with me into the medical field. My aspiration is to become a doctor who specializes in pediatric care. Through unfolding and discovering the complexity of the chemical world, I can soon foster my newfound knowledge in administering medicine to children to help them conquer chronic infections. I would like to comfort children through tough periods by trying to the best of my ability to keep them in stable physical and mental health. Furthermore, I soon hope challenge my ability by aiding children in third world countries to combat any evil chemical lurking by.
EF_Susan - / 2,364 12  
Dec 22, 2009   #2
While she continued to fill our minds with more cute analogies, and other students turned their attention to doodling, I continued to become fascinated through learning more and more elements affiliated with Chemistry.

Pursuing a major in Chemistry will aid in quenching my comprehension of the vast fundamentals in accordance to the subject.I really hate this sentence! It will sound so much better if you simplify.


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