Dear Mrs. Bailey,
I’m looking forward to acquiring new skills and strategies to apply, not only in my pursuit of higher education, but in every aspect of my life. I’ve always been an avid learner, ready to soak up information and knowledge every chance I get. Learning new things has been a major interest of mine for as long as I can remember, which is saying allot, because I actually have a few memories from when I was a toddler. Throughout my early years in school, I was a straight A student who picked up on everything right away. My love of acquiring and sharing knowledge continues to grow as time passes. Though I am quite aware that I am mentally capable of accomplishing any feat of intellectual nature performed by any man before me, I am honest enough to admit that I face some formidable adversaries within myself. Being diagnosed with depression adds several obstacles within itself. For starters, waking up isn’t always as easy as it may be for some others. At times, it can take a self-talking, convincing yourself that you have to get up, and in severe cases not even that works. The challenges associated with Major Depression are too numerous to name in this passage. No matter which symptoms arise, I know I must overcome them because depression is a diagnosis I live with, not who I am. Though I am quite adept at learning and applying new knowledge, I know that there is always room for improvement, as no-one knows everything and no-one is perfect. Being a quick study affords me the advantage I need to stay relevant in the ever-changing world of business and technology. And, even though I am quite knowledgeable in many areas, I know that the benefits of following the curriculum set forth will further prepare me for the life I want my family and myself by refining and enhancing the knowledge I already possess and adding I wealth of knowledge I have yet to attain. I would like to take this time to thank you in advance for all of your assistance during this...
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