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Being sixteen, I often believe that Im right about everything and have the correct answer to every question asked.

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Being sixteen, I often believe that I?m right about everything and have the correct answer to every question asked. In my eyes, I see myself as confident, but my mother sees me as cocky. We often debate about whether or not I am confident or cocky. However, I?ve begun to realize that my confidence level is dropping as I start the college application process. For the first time in my life I find myself clueless and don?t have an answer to questions that are asked about my future. ...read more.

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I also wanted to go to college far away from home. As I get older, I?ve begun to realize that I want to at least play baseball in college. Rather than a career in broadcasting, I?m beginning to gain interest in the field of medicine, specializing in sports medicine. I find myself trying to decide if I should choose one major, or challenge myself and try to major in two completely different fields of study. This past year, I?ve begun to regain interest in playing the piano. ...read more.

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I?ve also realized that unless I get accepted into my dream school, the University of Notre Dame, I want to go to college near my home. In the next year and a half, I will eventually have to narrow down what I want to do and where I want to go. It will take a lot of thinking, praying, and advice from family members, teachers, peers, and mentors to help me make the right decision. The fact is I still believe I?m this confident, maybe just a little cocky, kid, but now I?ve realized that even if I think I know everything, I face challenges that will slow me down and cause me to think about what I really want in life. ...read more.

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