About Me Essay

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I am Ani, a seventh grader who loves soccer like nothing else, iodizes Nicola Tesla, and has a relentless ambition to become a neurosurgeon. My preferred after school activity is the rough, yet enthralling sport of soccer. I also aspire to become like Nicola Tesla, an intelligent and modest man who changed the world. One thing that continuously drives me it my passion to become a neurosurgeon, a field that requires intelligence and hard work. As a 12 year old boy who is inspired by Nicola Tesla, who is fueled by the goal of becoming a neurosurgeon, but especially by my all-pervading love of soccer.
My favorite afterschool activity is the exhilarating, yet depressing sport of soccer. Soccer has helped me meet many new friends. For example I met one of my best friends in soccer, Ian Wain. Also, if you have talent you can play at tournament all over the country. My sister’s friend Neamea Seberi has played in Europe and Asia, and some people in this school have even traveled abroad as well for soccer. Soccer also helps to keep me active. At the start of each practice we run 3 laps around the field. Lastly, soccer helps me do my homework on time. On days without soccer I will do my homework as late as 11:00, but on days with soccer I finish my homework by 3:30. Soccer is a sport that is exciting and that lets kids stay active through out their life.
transform the electric industry. He was without a doubt a visionary. This is evidenced when he said;” One day every man will have a lamp powered by electricity”. Nicola Tesla was also an extremely selfless man and generous nm man. He realized that the world would be a better place if he did not posses his 74 patents and quickly gave them away. Nicola was also a very peace-loving man as well. He envisioned a day in the future when there would be a “death ray” that could stop...

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