“When you do the best, God will do the rest” – this quote is the lamp that guided me, and always will throughout my academic career. I still remember how uncomfortable it felt when I missed lessons and tuitions due to illness. I never wanted to let classes go unattended. I never wanted to burn the midnight oil when the exams are around the corner. I am always responsible, enthusiastic, organized and focused on achieving my goal. Since young, I’ve dreamed to become a learned man and serve my country in the future.
All these thoughts and vision had envisioned me to excel in my studies and other activities. I have always score good grades in my studies since when I was 7, achieving 5A’s in UPSR, 7A’s in PMR and performed well in my SPM examinations. I will get through all the things the best I can, just like what I did in the past and believe in God will do the rest for me. As the saying goes, “All work and no play make Jack a dull boy”. And definitely, I was never a dull boy. I had involved myself in many activities of different societies and clubs.
I managed to organize activities of the Chinese Chess Club in my school where I held the position of president in the club. Besides that, I got the opportunity to organize activities of St. John Ambulance in my school where I held the post of president. I also functioned as the Treasurer of the Chinese Language Society and Lollipop Chairman of the Interact Club in my school. These activities and responsibilities helped me to learn many valuable social skills. Thanks to these activities, time management is never a problem to me now. Also, I am a great team player and effective leader now.
If I win this scholarship, I am very confident that I could handle any challenging task assigned to me meeting the deadlines effectively while providing leadership to others if necessary. Now that I’ve finished high school and equipped with all credentials, discipline and enthusiasm, I desire and optimistically hold a strong vision to pursue tertiary education that would enhance me with greater knowledge to circle my dream. However, I now face the biggest setback which is finding financial support for my further education. My father’s sickness brought many hardships to my family including severe financial constraints.
Him being the only breadwinner in the family, I have no one else to turn for support. However, I still believe in William Penn’s brave words ; “No pain, no palm ; no thorns, no throne ; no gall, no glory ; no cross, no crown. ” Yes, I am determined to live my dream and find out a way to continue my studies and then make my share of contribution to my family, community and nation at large. Therefore, this scholarship is not just financial assistance to me. For me, it is an opportunity of a lifetime for me to fulfill my goal that would enlighten many lives around me. Thank you.
Continuum Project Darwin
From the image that I am sending answer the following questions
1. For the items you decided were normal or mild, why do you feel they belong there? Can you relate to any of these?
2. For the items you marked as moderate on the continuum, how would you expect that these affect Darwin’s daily functioning? Can you relate to any of these?.
3. Considering the items you placed as severe on the continuum, what treatment would you recommend for Darwin?
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