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I did well on the ACT in 1983
I was an advanced student in high school, excelling at math
I have had over 2 years of Anatomy classes including 3 gross anatomy classes
I took the ASVAB test in 1984 and did very well, enabling me to be a Nuclear Power specialist in the Navy
I have been studying the Bible daily for over 15 years, and consider myself to be quite knowledgeable and proficient in both reading and interpretation of Scripture
I have taken biochemistry at 2 graduate schools, and in medical school it is part of almost every class I take.
I consider myself to be somewhat of a Biology authority, as I have been studying biology in a medical environment for 6 years
I was an accelerated math student all the way from middle school through high school, and have continued to do well in college.
I have been studying advanced sciences for 6 years -- biomedical sciences, and am still very good at the basics
I am a writer, and consider myself to be a master of using the subtleties of the English language to communicate thoughts.
I use a computer mainly for basic utility operations, such as word processing, business presentations, and doing research on the internet. Basics are my forte.
Grammar is one of my strong suits. I am a writer, and take pride in correct use of language.
I have taken several microbiology courses at 2 graduate schools. One of my areas of special interest is studying infectious disease. I want to be a doctor who specializes in infectious disease.
I use Powerpoint to make professional presentations for seminars I teach. It is fun, and fun to learn.
I am a writer. I use Microsoft Word exclusively and extensively, every day.
I have taken and passed a Biomedical Sciences licensing examination, which is part of the licensing process for becoming a doctor. Physical sciences are my forte.
I have taken several human physiology courses at 2 graduate schools. This is one of my areas of specialty. Knowing how the body's systems work is essential for a medical student like myself.
I was an accelerated math student from middle school all the way through high school. Math has always been one of my strong subjects.
I am a writer. Proofreading is one of my specialties.
Since I am a writer, it stands to reason that I have been an avid and critical reader since childhood.
I am a writer and an old-fashioned speller. Although I use word-processing programs to check my spelling today, I used to have to look things up manually in a dictionary and/or thesaurus. Therefore I can spell pretty well even without a dictionary or a spell-checking program.
In Arizona, I have taught College Study Skills seminars to my peers for about 2 years now. These seminars have been wildly popular, because in only 4 hours, I can give people a set of life-skills and school-skills ANYONE can apply RIGHT AWAY, regardless of their intelligence level or abilities, and they can see the results in their study habits, grades and lower stress levels almost right away.
I am a writer. Being a GOOD writer requires one to develop a large vocabulary, to use it correctly, and to be able to manipulate it to describe things precisely.
I am a writer, and have been a writer since a very young age. Creative writing is one of my strongest talents.