Words of Wisdom:

"let people beleive you are stupid rather than open your mouth and remove all doubt" - Poin_dexter

Essays on My Ambition To Become a Doctor

  1. My Goal Of Becoming a Doctor
    and love for science equally contribute to my dream of becoming a doctor. I am aware that becoming a doctor involves dedication to my field of interest and many...
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  2. To Become a Doctor
    Block diagram of computer memory Fast, powerful CPUs need quick and easy access to large amounts of data in order to maximize their performance. If the CPU cannot get to...
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  3. My Ambition In Teacher.
    Introduction - My ambition in life - My resolve to become a doctor - What I shall do as a doctor. Different people have different ambitions. Some want...
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  4. My Ambition In Life
    My greatest ambition in life is to serve my country. I know that this is not an easy job. I also know that there are many ways of serving one’s country. It is not enough to...
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  5. Ambition
    more who had become great and well known men due to their ambition. When then does having a burning desire to fulfil one's ambition become disastrous? When one...
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  6. Ambition
    A man without any ambition is a boat without the sails. It can drift in any direction and at the end of the day may find life a fruitless and frustrated nothingness. There...
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  7. Elizabeth Blackwell- First Female Doctor
    Elizabeth Blackwell was born on February 3, 1821 in Bristol England. At a young age she moved to America with her mother and father, along with many siblings. When she...
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  8. Text Analysis The Doctor In Thew House
    THE DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE, by Richard Gordon Richard Gordon is the pen name used by Gordon Ostlere (born on September 15, 1921), an English surgeon and anaesthetist. As...
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  9. Bank
    N >01 The Language of Music A painter hangs his or her finished picture on a wall, and everyone can see it. A composer writes a work, but no one can hear it until it is...
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  10. Never Give Up
    “Never give up!” Well, we often heard of this in our life, but it becomes more meaningful when it is spoken by Nick Vujicic, a person whom I admired the most. Without any...
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  11. The Life Of William Carlos Williams
    “Nothing whips my blood like verse.” These are the famous words of the great poet, William Carlos Williams. Williams was born on September 17, 1883 in Rutherford, New Jersey. He spent most of his life in Rutherford, so today he is a local hero...
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  12. Gender Roles And Macbeth
    What roles and actions should actors of a particular gender portray? Should men be aggressive and have a level of ambition high enough to meet their loftiest goals? Should women always be passive and frail, never using their energy to advance their...
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  13. The Controversy Continues : Charles Darwin
    Charles Darwin wrote The Origin of the Species, which laid out his theory of evolution. His ideas revolutionized science, but also created a controversy that still continues to this day. Unlike some figures who took a stand in history, he was...
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  14. David Klass
    This essay is my version of an author study on the writer David Klass. He wrote books such as California Blue, Breakaway Run, and The Atami Dragon. In my opinion, from the incredible way he writes, he’s one of the best writers I’ve ever read...
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  15. Deterioration Of Macbeth
    Ahmed Ayman 10E 31/10/2009 Deterioration of Macbeth Macbeth is a play written by William Shakespeare, it’s one of the powerful and emotional plays. Macbeth was...
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  16. Vivien Thomas
    Unsung Hero Labeled as one of the most un-talked about, unappreciated, unknown giants in the African-American community, Vivien Thomas rose above poverty and racism to...
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  17. Teachers
    3. Indicate a person who has had a significant influence on you, and describe that influence Over the years many people have had significant influence on me, but the one...
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  18. Image Of War, Symbol Of Peace
    There is a famous picture from the American War in Vietnam. In this photograph picture, the sky is dark and full of smoke. There are five...
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  19. Abortion
    The issue of abortion is not an issue to be taken lightly. Abortion is, and has been, one of the most controversial issues in the United States. But when it comes to abortion...
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  20. Start Dubai
    realized just like children would want to become teachers, doctors and engineers, why wouldn't they not want to become artists. Start is a program that links child...
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  21. Macbeth
    Samantha Walton Act 1, Scene 7: This scene takes place at the end of Act 1, just before the murder of King Duncan. During the scene, Lady Macbeth is very determined and...
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  22. Fighting To Stay Together
    The play A Raisin in the Sun written by Lorraine Hansberry is a story about the importance of family. Though the family is in conflict more often...
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  23. My Dream
    has always been becoming a doctor. Going to college is a very important step in my life that would help me start involving in my career. Earning college credits is...
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  24. Fatal Flaw In Human Nature
    Let me first of all explain what ‘Fatal Flow’ is. A fatal flaw is a kind of mistake that is very dangerous. A flaw is a mistake, and fatal means...
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  25. Frankenstein
    (One) (A) Victor Frankenstein: When Victor was young he was interested in knowledge and studying. Soon after his mother died giving birth He went to Ingolstadt...
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  26. How Does Dostoevsky Provide a Convincing Rebuttal Of Chernyshevsky's Proposed Solutions To Russia's Social Problems?
    How does Dostoevsky provide a convincing rebuttal of Chernyshevsky’s proposed solutions to Russia’s social problems? Nikolai Chernyshevsky’s novel What is to be Done? was...
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  27. The Pact
    “We knew we’d never survive if we went alone. We’d help one another through no matter what.” In life you are always going to need your friends and family to help you...
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  28. Macbeth
    start..... Macbeth There are a number of differences between the male and female characters within Macbeth; some characters even seem to have a different ‘gender...
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  29. Breath Eyes Memory
    Breath, Eyes, Memory “The Marassas were two inseparable lovers. They were the same person, duplicated in two. They looked the same, talked the same, and walked...
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  30. Pakistani Media Synopsis
    IFP Democratisation and Transitional Justice Cluster Country case study: Pakistan Media and Governance in Pakistan: A controversial yet essential relationship Marco...
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