I probably ‘like’ him because he makes me feel better about myself

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There’s this person I respect who seems to be part of or head of every single club and a literal polyglot-musician-actress-mathematician genius but still somehow remains cheerful and gets good grades. I aspire to be like her, but yet don’t want to be like her – I want to be myself. I want to know what I’m passionate about and carve a little niche where I can be good at what I do. I know I want to be in a STEM career, but not specifically what I want to do. We are gearing up to IB and choosing our options, and all everyone seems to ask is “what do you want to be in the future?” I always say a doctor, but some days I ruminate about being an editor, or a museum curator. Careers that seem nothing to do with the path I’ll probably end up going.

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I want to be a scientist when I grow up but there is a story behind it let me tell it to you

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I like to research and invent new things. Last year I thought of a project a real project that one day or the other but want to make and that is. Do you know in cities like Mumbai, Surat and Nasik are flooded because of heavy rains and in some places like desert in Rajasthan there sometimes water is not there only so I can solve this problem and the plastic can also be less by this.

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I knew for sure that I wanted to do my master’s in Environmental engineering

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It is okay to not have a complete full-proof plan from day one. But it is important to know what subjects or what kind of work interests you. Be passionate and sincere in whatever you do, because that’s the only way to do things right.

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