Why Pre-College Wall Street program?
My preference to partake in Bentley's 101 Wall Street program stems from my growing interest in studying Business Administration at the undergraduate level. I recently took lessons associated with business and entrepreneurship, and I would like to expand my knowledge in economics, which, although it is a different field from business, complement each other splendidly.
Presently I am a homeschooler through a self-paced American online program. By virtue of the "independence" that this educational system offers me, I am fully capable of estimating education from a viewpoint beyond studying by obligation, but enjoying the process and profiting from the lessons learned during the academic experience.
As a newcomer to the stock market, I am interested in the 101 Wall Street program because it will introduce the necessary entry-level material to learn about the stock market and trading stocks. Moreover, it allows students to experience a financial work environment and to apply their knowledge in the real world.
I am interested in owning authentic experiences and not just observing life through my computer screen. I want to demonstrate that I am qualified to tackle any assignment, and Bentley delivers the proper circumstances to achieve my purpose. As an ambitious student with high enthusiasm and quick learning skills, I am a perfect suitor for this program.
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The program is looking for participants who already have some sort of relevant experience in trading stocks and investments. If you are one person who grew to develop a passion for investments, then this is the program for you. It is an introductory program, but it introduces students who already have some familiarity with the courses and apps being used in the industry. In other words, they are looking for students who have shown a true passion for stocks and investments, rather than business administration. It is difficult to advise you as to which aspect to rewrite in this case because you do not show a background nor actual interest in investments and trade. You will need to first familiarize yourself with the basics of Wall Street before you can develop a more relevant and experience relevant response to this prompt.