School: Important for the Future

I like math because you get to org with money and there is lots of ways to use math in science. I like reading because you can read interesting books and it’s a special part of your life and grade; by reading I learn new things. I like art because you can be creative, and get be better in drawing and it’s a very special part of your grade for some projects. Science is my favorite subjects because math is included in it, you get to do experiments, and you discover many things about our body, environment, and nature.

I like school cause there is lots of new thing you get to learn especially in my favorite subjects. School can be your workplace. Going to school prepared will help me in the future by preparing me to be prepared in the future when I am getting interviewed for a Job. Coming to school is very important in many ways! My education can get me a good job, which means I can get very good money, and get a very good position in a company or even hospital! Going to school can get you very far in your life.

If you play NY instrument you can get a scholarship too musical university. If you get good grades then you can get a scholarship to a university or a good college. It usually takes at least 11 years to become a doctor: years of college, 4 years of medical school, and 3 years of working In a hospital. To become a doctor, you should study biology, chemistry, physics, math, and English. It is not easy to get into medical school. You have to do very well In college and on medical school entrance tests.

Most Jobs require at least a grade 12 education. Since the competition for Jobs In the marketplace Is so high, people with grade 12 are hired before those who never graduated. So, without grade 12, It would be hard for me to find a Job. Most Jobs require the two subjects of reading and writing. Without school I would not learn those skills, which gives me a better reason to attend school and learn more about those two skills, so I can be accepted In the Job I am trying to attend.