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My Definition of Success

My definition of success has changed a lot since I have come to USC. In high school, success was solely defined by my academic and extracurricular achievement. I measured my success based on how many A’s I got, how high my SAT scores were, how many clubs I was involved in, and how many leadership roles I took on.

Today, I measure my success solely based on my learning experiences and opportunities. What did I learn from that experience that will help me in the future?

In high school, my goal was to get into a great college. Now that I am here, my perspective has completely changed. I now realize that there is so much more to being successful than getting good grades and having a good resume. It’s not just about being stellar on paper, but actually learning the material that is being taught in the classroom and taking full advantage of the resources and opportunities at USC. It’s not about listing as many leadership roles as possible on my resume, but being able to understand how these leadership roles affected me and what I have learned from my experiences as a leader.

In college, success is defined by your experiences and opportunities.

College Admissions Essay: Responsibility Begins with Me

The Cycle of Responsibility Begins with Me

I believe that it is the responsibility of every student who has received an education in a state school to give something back to the state. This state contains many institutions that offer curricula of quality primary education and is home to several above-average secondary or college institutions as well. Students who receive the state’s gift of education should show their gratitude by using that knowledge to improve their community.

Having lived in a small, rural community, I have long desired improvements for my own hometown. It has long been a fact that very few people who live in my community gain a college education. I plan on earning a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from University State, and with that degree, I w…

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