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"moving and living in another country" - Yale upload document Education interruption.


moealrob 3 / 13  
Dec 31, 2010   #1
It's not an easy thing moving and living in another country, your life as you know it changes. It can be a hard dillemma and was exactly what I had to face. I was obligated to go but it was farther better. Not only I had to change high school once but rather three times. Twice in the U.S since I came here June this year and once, I consider the most challenging, from Jordan to the United States. When entering a school I didn't know anyone, and there was a big cultural and language gap that separated me from the rest of the students. In Jordan all classes were in Arabic, accept English,. Change was Indeed a hardship I had to face, and was something I had trouble with, but I eventually fought this change until I felt was at home. All the way from Jordan I have moved where I experienced a very pivotal experience that gave giving me an identity of who I really am, where I came from, and all about my family

I would like to check yours too.

helloworld1 3 / 12  
Dec 31, 2010   #2
i think there is much more room to elaborate on the 'cultural and language gap'. and most importantly elaborate on how it has changed you, how u deat with it, and maybe link it to your future plans.

The yale supplement is supposed to reach 400 words if i'm not wrong..

Could you take a look at my 150word essay? thanks(:


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