I have gone through the drama of high school, met some great people and formed my own opinions and beliefs. Leading projects, learning to play the violin and gaining my own real world experience are only a few of the things that had made this city a great place to live. Although I spent my childhood moving around, I had experienced more than other seventeen-year-olds. More people. More adventures. More perspectives. Every place I have lived has added a new dimension to myself and has shaped my attitude toward the world.
Moving around during my childhood also lends itself to what I want to study in the future: bioengineering. Being adaptable from a young age will prove useful in research, where I will often have to modify conditions to get the best results. As bioengineering has become more interdisciplinary, having applications in fields like computer science and nanotechnology, my openness to new ideas will be to my benefit. My unconventional upbringing was vital to shape the person I am today and will prove useful for my future