HORU September 15, 2015
"Before I graduated from Rutgers, I was in school for a while and I felt like a lot of my potential was based on my grades. If I didn't get a good grade in math, I was a poor math student, and so on. But it's important for every person to look around and find their strengths in life outside of class; to reach that goal and find satisfaction. At the hospital, I definitely feel like my potential is being reached and that's something a lot of people are always fearing while in college. They may not be doing so well in classes and may feel bad about themselves, but you'll really have a chance to reach your true potential once you graduate and get to a place where everything sort of lines up and you're doing what you're supposed to be doing."
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