Graduation Essays

Graduation Speech

I know it’s a cliché to say this, but I have to greet all of you first from the bottom of my heart, good morning! Thank you for all of your support and encouragement that here we are celebrating our graduation day together and here I am delivering my last speech to you. It feels like just yesterday, 4 years ago, I was so excited for my first day in middle school. I thought I was so grown up already…

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First Nations and the Justice System

First Nations are badly represented within our current justice system. They face a forced environment that does not represent their needs. Many of the problems that First Nations peoples face with respect to the justice system are influenced by their historical place in native and early in Canada. The first European settlers view of land ownership was a lot different from the Aboriginal theory that all things are related and development is viewed as circling the four parts of life:…

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High School and Graduation

Time gets closer to the day we move our tassels from senior to graduate. Graduation steps on the back of our heels like the annoying freshman running late for class. It acts as if it is going to creep up on us, but we all know it will be here soon. It tip-toes in the back of our minds. Graduation: a day of freedom, maturity, and proof that nobody is any better than another. “There are many different ways of…

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Graduation Speech for the Class of 2012

Our high school years seem to have passed in a flurry of activities: courses attended, grades attained, extra-curricular activities, social events and lessons learned. It is hard to believe that the next few months will see the Graduating Class of 2013 facing new horizons and challenges. Some of us may stay closer to home, some may move slightly further away and yet others may find themselves in a totally different continent. Where ever you may find yourself, hold true to…

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My Personal Statement and Future Plans

My name is Ployroong Phanmeechaow. I’m a junior at Thammasat Business School. My actual major is accounting, and now I’m studying financing for my minor too. Although studying major and minor is very difficult and needs more effort, I think I have many abilities that can help me doing it very well. My grade point average (GPA) now is very satisfied to me and my family, but in the first semester of the first year, my grade point average isn’t…

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Reaction Paper About Jobs

As I go watch the Fifteen minutes commencement speech that Steve Jobs, the once-and-again CEO of Apple who has spearheaded a few of the most iconic products in technology, entertainment and design,told in the commencement exercise held in Stanford University, I realized that everything happens because there is a purpose. Life does not only depend in any success and failure that we are about and is going to face all through our lives During his speech on the said commencement…

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Pathways to College

Path”Less than 17% of African-American and Latino students will finish high school and graduate from college. ” (Landy, 2013) Less than 70% of students in Milwaukee graduate from high school. (Pathways PowerPoint, 2013) Only a little over 25% of the people in Wisconsin hold a four-year college degree. (O’Connell, 2014) This educational disparity leads to economic disparity which affects the entire state, not just the urban areas with a higher achievement gap since most jobs with an annual salary over…

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Lan Based Grading System

Information technology is currently taking a big role in the development of the society and giving enormous advantages in easing the delivery of information around the world, as well as the central role of information in the new global economy, means that information technology will shape the dynamics of the new millennium. It also affects the contemporary changes occurring around the world such as in the midst of a third major revolution in human civilization. First there was the Agricultural…

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My Goal in Life

At the age of 8 we change our minds about what we want to do when we grow up about every week. At the 18 and a few months away from graduating some of us still don’t know what we want to do or where we want to go in life. Excluding all of those soon to be high school graduates, I already know what I want to do after high and know where I want to go. Since the…

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Tracer Study of Pup Bshrm Batch 2009 as Basis for Curriculum

INTRODUCTION The changing nature of the work environment, the emergence of technology driven processes and the diversified needs of the industry are challenges that will test the ability of colleges and universities to meet the demand for employable graduates. The determination of graduates in the job-search mode, lead time, and employment conditions are realities where the knowledge acquired in schools are used at work, in promotions, and job satisfaction. Education is a process and a product. As a process, education…

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Bad Grading System

Grade inflation is the arbitrary assignment of higher grades for work that would have received lower grades in the past. The higher grades do not reflect a genuine improvement in student achievement. Only with systematic research can it be determined whether rising grades are a result of grade inflation or higher achievement. The pressure to inflate grades, and thereby reduce standards, which is placed on teachers can come from parents, students, schools and politicians, and is evidence of underlying credential…

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16 Questions to Be Graded

1. The researchers analyzed the data they collected as though it were at what level of measurement? a. Nominal b. Ordinal c. Interval/ratio d. Experimental 2. What was the mean posttest empowerment score for the control group? 97.12 3. Compare the mean baseline and posttest depression scores of the experimental group. Was this an expected finding? Provide a rationale for your answer. The mean baseline for depression 14.00 and the post-test for depression was 13.36. The post-test score is 0.64…

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Understanding How to Be a Good Class President

Being the class president is a time consuming and frustrating position, but it is all worth it. I have been the class president all four years of high school, and although you gain experience, new problems always arise, so you have to develop new skills in handling them. The job is a little easier having great people stand beside you, and respect your decisions. The class officers haven’t changed all through high school and we have had a lot of…

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How Would a Scholarship Assist Me After Graduation

In my findings, it is not just enough to have enrichment of goal, fervency of passion and the keeping of focus, there is the place of vital impact played by pecuniary support from guardian(s) to actualize the desire. I strongly believe many brave and highly intelligent ones have been choked out of their academic dream in life after graduation. Statistical findings have unarguably revealed that financial incapability in one of the factors responsible for thwarted vision in academic excellence. I…

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Graduation Ceremony Speech

Good evening, everyone. …………………faculty, honoured……………, relieved parents, family, and friends, it’s a distinct pleasure to be in New York City this evening to celebrate the biggest milestone to date in the lives of you, the young men and women before us: your graduation from Columbia University Business School. It may surprise you, but as big a evening t as this is for you, it’s an even bigger evening for your parents. They may look calm and collected as they sit…

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