Student essays

203 samples in this category

Essay examples
Essay topics
1 Page 643 Words
Most people fail their exams even before they are set for a certain exam. This is because most people do not have confidence in themselves. You should try as much as possible to believe in yourself because this is the most vital thing. You should avoid discussing the subject matter a few minutes before the exam and also after the...
4 Pages 1658 Words
Abstract Since English is not their mother tongue, English language learning is a big challenge for first-generation learners who come from poor family backgrounds. Though English is essential for all to communicate worldwide people, there is a lack of awareness among the first generation learners of English. Teachers as well as students follow the traditional method instead of the practical...
2 Pages 766 Words
The researcher maintained the belief of moral obligation not to misuse or misinterpret any person in any way to the best of their ability. Hence, the research project was approved by the managing authority (see Appendix 1). It is ethically correct for educational research to be undertaken with respect for people, knowledge, democratic values, and quality of research in terms...
1 Page 601 Words
Introduction Becoming a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) student has been a transformative experience that has shaped my academic journey and personal growth. In this narrative essay, I will share my experiences, challenges, and the valuable lessons I have learned as a STEM student. From the exhilarating moments of discovery to the persistence required to overcome obstacles, being a...
2 Pages 841 Words
My ambition to be a student leader is rooted in a deep commitment to serve, inspire, and make a meaningful difference within my academic community. In my view, leadership is not merely a position but a journey of influencing, guiding, and uniting people towards common goals. It is about setting an example through integrity, empathy, and resilience. This role offers...
3 Pages 1479 Words
A medical career is one that brings many challenges. Therefore, both resilience and reflection are essential concepts needed to overcome these challenges. In this essay, I will explore these two concepts and discuss what relevance they have to medical students and doctors. Oxford Dictionaries define reflection as ‘serious thought or consideration’ (Oxford Dictionaries, 2018). Reflection is an activity used regularly...
2 Pages 849 Words
Idaho Code 33-2003 requires districts to identify students who may qualify for Gifted and Talented Programs in five specific talent areas including specific academic, intellectual promise, creativity, leadership, and visual/performing arts. This paper will review Gem Prep Online 3-Year Gifted and Talented Plan and will analyze how its program aligns and differs in comparison with West Ada’s district G/T program....
3 Pages 1278 Words
Introduction The aim of this essay is to give a reflective account of my role as a nursing student and as a future healthcare practitioner with a year action plan for a developmental need. First I will discuss higher education learning, studying for a Nursing degree, and my roles as a prospective Healthcare practitioner. I will argue about nursing in...
2 Pages 764 Words
Why is it so valuable and beneficial to be an international student? Many people have different opinions surrounding this topic however, it is for these reasons that being an overseas student is such a valued opportunity. These include life experiences such as learning different cultures whilst exploring the world and making life-long friends you will always remember. Boost your self-confidence...
3 Pages 1520 Words
Speech 1: A Message of Unity Dear fellow students, As we embark on another school year, I wanted to take a moment to speak about the importance of unity within our student body. We come from diverse backgrounds and experiences, but we share a common goal: to learn, grow, and succeed. In order to achieve this goal, it is essential...
1 Page 513 Words
Hello fellow students, My name is Nick Jameson, and I am running for the position of student council secretary. I am excited about the opportunity to serve our school community and be a part of the team that helps make our school a better place. As your secretary, I promise to bring organization, enthusiasm, and creativity to the table. As...
2 Pages 1022 Words
The development of a professional identity is crucial in any profession. This literature is based on using the information in the NMC code (2018) to explore the meaning of professionalism for nursing students. Professionalism simply means acting appropriately and acceptable manner while conforming to a professional code of conduct (Dejong, 2014). Professionalism is displayed by acting in the best interest...
2 Pages 940 Words
[Opening]Don't let your child lose on the starting line, although it sounds like prophetic advertising, it is regarded as the supreme truth by most Chinese parents, and it aggravated the parents' anxiety. [Background] The underlying reason is that these academic elites have adapted to a structured environment (school), but the real society is highly unstructured. Excellent performance in one environment,...
2 Pages 889 Words
Mechanical engineering is a combination of hard and soft skills in the fields of mathematics, computer knowledge, design, and collaboration. Since they operate in multiple fields such as manufacturing, academics, and automotive, this is more or less one of the most comprehensive engineering fields. As a student of mechanical engineering, I use my knowledge to create, construct and test mechanical...
1 Page 572 Words
As pharmacy students, we learn that the quality of patient care we provide is linked to the quality of our professionalism. Professionalism begins as a university student, to build ourselves to be professional practitioners. Professionalism is not only the act of having to make judgments on uncertainties that we face, professionalism can be the way one carries themselves. According to...
2 Pages 720 Words
Throughout our studies with the Student Leadership Center’s DISC program, we have learned many dynamics about how to deal with conflict within a team setting. Although our team has had little to no problems, we did learn a few ways to work through potential problems we could have with future teammates. Our team now possesses the knowledge of how to...
1 Page 424 Words
As most of you know my name is Clark Kien Landau and today, I want to tell you something about me that you might not know. I`m not really student council material (though you guys already know this) but I want to help the school become a better place and enhance my skills and that`s why I decided to run...
4 Pages 1608 Words
Decades ago, attending college was not a necessity, but rather an optional path an individual chooses to further their education. During these times a high school diploma was a sufficient qualification to receive a well-paying job. Although the push towards liberating student loans and their debt can get put into the cost of living for students and their books with...
2 Pages 869 Words
Introduction Freedom of speech must be allowed in higher education institutions. The reason for this is that it is a core value in the democratic process, and it ensures that people can discuss exchange and debate ideas. The important thing is that it pursues knowledge and protects one's dignity. Hyman. J (2008, p10) Freedom of speech is a key part...
6 Pages 2557 Words
The main purpose of the study is to examine the factor that influences high dropout rate of primary girl pupils among the Maasai community which seem to be high specifically at Arusha in Tanzania. The study will involve only three districts which are Longido, Meru and Ngorongoro found in the Arusha region, in which the Stratified probability sampling method will...
1 Page 511 Words
An immediate effect would be failing the class. Cheating on a college exam is considered a serious offense by any serious educational institution. Depending on the seriousness of the situation, each instructor takes any necessary measures they deem appropriate. The instructor has to follow the College's policy. Frequently, what usually happens is that the student receives an 'F' as the...
5 Pages 2256 Words
Executive Summary Although some research has shown a negative relation between Facebook and academic performance more recent research suggest that this relation is likely caused by excessive use of facebook. This study examine the time spent with facebook.As well as the activities students engage on in the site. Facebook is a tool designed basically to communicate with the other but...
1 Page 669 Words
Critical thinking is the ability to think and analyze clearly and rationally regarding the questions raised to assess both the meaning and the significance of claims and arguments (Doyle., 2019). In this way, it enables an individual to have self-evaluation and to make a reasonable judgment. The class was at 9 am but I went out at 8.20 am. At...
6 Pages 2735 Words
Abstract Adolescence is a transitional period, where an individual transition from a child to an adult. During this period, adolescent teenagers are highly prone to experience peer pressure in them schools. The types of peer pressure individuals face in society today are vastly different when compared to records a few years ago. Peer pressure is a powerful social construct as...

Join our 150k of happy users

  • Get original paper written according to your instructions
  • Save time for what matters most
Place an order

Fair Use Policy

EduBirdie considers academic integrity to be the essential part of the learning process and does not support any violation of the academic standards. Should you have any questions regarding our Fair Use Policy or become aware of any violations, please do not hesitate to contact us via support@edubirdie.com.

Check it out!