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The Importance of Learning Growth and Development

I originally wanted to major in art but soon switched to psychology. Not finding psychology to be as inspiring as I expected, I decided to major in French, which I had been studying since the sixth grade. Even deciding on a major did not help me choose a definite career goal, however. I planned to graduate first and then attend graduate school, thinking that I might want to earn a doctorate and teach French at the college level.

My courses and experiences in my University program contributed greatly to my growth, problem solving, written and oral communication, information retrieval and utilization, and collaboration. Although I had attended an excellent high school, my personal growth accelerated tremendously at the University, where I had more social obligations and opportunities and more freedom to structure my own time. At first, I had difficulty balancing my studies, social life, and family concerns. I learned to plan ahead more, say ...

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