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My freshman year of college was definitely an interesting one. I was able to make a lot of new friends, which was nice. As someone who lives so close to Columbus I really tried to get myself to make new friends instead of just reserving myself to the people of my hometown. As far as academics are concerned I didn’t do as well as I had planned first semester, but with lots of hard work and determination I was able to bring my GPA up to a competitive number for my major and my career goals.
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For my artifact I attached a lab report from my Chemistry 1220 class. As a five credit hour class, it was really important for me to really focus and do well in this class. I did okay in Chem 1210 first semester, but the science courses are really important for me as a student on the Pre-Dentistry track. With a lot of hard work this semester I was able to manage an A in Chem 1220. This Lab Report reminds me of some of the work I was able to put in and how satisfied I am with my efforts
Hey! My name is Trevor Haas. I was born in Columbus, Ohio and I live in Powell, about 20 minutes north of Columbus. I love to play sports-and watch them for that matter-and I’m always down for a good game of basketball. Academically, I am studying towards a Neuroscience degree and am a member of the Landscape and Architecture Scholars group. My end goal is to attend Dentistry school and become an Oral Surgeon.