My hobbies are reading books, biking, watching movies and also cross stitching. I also spend my free time hanging out with my friends. My dream was to become a nurse. I was able to pass the entrance examination given at Saint Louis University and I had my first year as a nursing student. I have to transfer to another school. I had to take a summer class for my back subject at Pines City Educational Center and from that time I continued my studies and graduated in the year with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
After graduation, I have my self review and took the exam for Civil Service Professional Level, wherein I was able to pass the exam. By the year , together with my college friends we went to Manila to have our review and took our board exam for nursing. While waiting for the result of the board exam, I worked as a volunteer nurse at Antamok Mines. My interpersonal skills and nursing skills were developed during my stay at Antamok Mines Hospital.
I assisted him with his daily activities, give him bath and feed him, and also I make sure to take all his medications in time. My salary as a private duty nurse is not enough to support my family financially so I decided to apply as a caretaker in Taiwan. By March , I went to work in Taiwan. I had a hard time in adjusting to a new environment, with different culture and dialect as well.
After six months, I can communicate with the family members of my employer in Mandarin, their native language and also I can do well with my daily activities especially cooking their Chinese dishes. I worked as a domestic helper and as a caretaker. My employer has seven family members. I assist her to sit in the wheel chair and also give her daily bath.
I worked there for three years. My employer wanted me to extend my contract, but unfortunately that time only three years is the maximum unless I changed my passport and use another name. I enjoyed working in Taiwan because my employer treated me not as a domestic helper but as one of their family members. I went back home to Philippines.
I worked in a royal family where in I took care of their first child. We are three people looking after her, two registered nurses and one registered midwife. I worked there until December It is a training center for females who want to work in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore as a domestic helper. I worked there until June Oftentimes, the prompts for these personal statements are worded like this: When you choose the story to write about, think about unique experiences that make you who you are.
Choose an aspect of your life that you want to focus on and shape your essay to reflect that theme. For example, if you have overcome tremendous hardship that has shaped your character, then focus on how your adversity helped build your character. Specifically, relate this event to the broader lessons of life so that the reader can better understand your development.
Write in a style that you are most comfortable with. Some ways of writing your intro are by narrating a specific event from a first person point of view that reflects the theme of your essay or by describing a certain scenario from a third person point of view. Regardless of your approach, remember to end your intro with a sentence that leaves the reader excited to continue reading and learn more about you. After a strong intro, the body of the essay continues to tell the story of your experiences.
It takes the snapshot you present in the intro and supports it with necessary and specific detail. Keep it simple and straightforward. The body of the essay should show — not tell — the story, meaning you should demonstrate your own personal growth and development through relevant examples.
As you write, make sure to share how you felt so the reader can really see your character development. Keep organization and logical sequence in mind as well. Judges take notice of your conventions and organization. As you move toward your conclusion, the tone of your writing should become more positive and optimistic. It should lead right into your conclusion.
If you want a nicely balanced essay, the beginning of your conclusion should put the cap on the story portion of your essay.
Stephanie Jones_Autobiographical Essay/Personal Narrative Page 5 of 6 elementary school in Middle Town. I was a regular member of two bargaining units within MSSTF. By September of , I was employed full time with the French Catholic School Board and my grievance was settled with the French Public School Board.
MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY I am Gene Geralde Gonzales, I was born on May 2, at Baguio City, Philippines. We are seven siblings in the family. I am the seventh child. My mother’s name is Fe Geralde Gonzales, she is from Cebu City and my father’s name is Mario Dy Gonzales, he is from Legaspi, Albay.
Examples of personal autobiographies of any length can be found online. Since an autobiography is a biography written by the subject, any kind of personal narrative essay, memoir or famous personal account is an example of an autobiography. Autobiography Essay - Autobiography The title autobiography is ironic. This poem works on deception. It's simple but deliberate deceptive as some emotions are quite dark. The poem characterises the illness and death of Louis MacNeice's mother.
Your personal statement is an autobiography that speaks about your life, your experiences, and your reflections, so remember to tell the truth. You don’t have to make up situations or add fluff to tell a poignant story. Remember, the essay is a marketing piece that tells judges why the scholarship organization should invest their money in you. Autobiographical essays are about personal experiences or aspirations that somebody has. Thus, it informs people about your plans. Or what you would want people to know about your life in case of your absence in the future.