Hello, my name is Kaysn. For years, I have thought constantly about what I want to be. I took this very seriously when my father asked me the same question when I was nine years old. It was that day when he asked me, I decided to be a doctor. At that time, I didn't know what type of doctor I wanted to be, but the older I got, the more I knew about the types of doctors there are. This year, I made my ultimate decision to be a obstetrician. The reason why I decided to a obstetrician, is because I am great with children. I also want to help pregnant women have the safest birth possible. However, my number one priority is grades. Great grades are a huge step closer to being successful. I have been watching my grades to make sure they were all A's and B's. Even for my semester exams, I studied really hard so I passed all my exams. I have chosen most medical courses offered in my school to help me with my career choice. When I finish high school, I will have tons of knowledge how my dream career will be. Plus, I volunteer for community service. I want to get a tremendous amount of community service done before I head off to college. I also joined 4H to make some friends and get some community service achievement. Not only do I want to make myself super successful, I want to help others in my community while pursuing a lifetime goal of mine.
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