Student life is one of the best eras of our entire life. It adds life to our days. It not only makes us learn how to walk but also, how to stop. It not only teaches us to run and to fly but also, to land. The best part is that it gives us a direction. My school life gave me a lot to remember, but most importantly it gave me a direction. In the starting years of my school, I was learning Music and the Music industry and Production technology, while my minor was psychology. I was happy but I always liked challenges, and with the passage of time, I figured out that Music is not what I want so I switched to Psychology major and chose Spanish as another subject. Despite being diagnosed with learning disability, I did my high school with a 4.4 GPA. I got to know about it in junior year of my school. I always had issues in comprehending things. I used to take long to understand what was being said. Also, my brain was slow in coordinating with my reflexes so an errand which required one hour, used to engage me for three hours. This was depressing for me at times. However, I countered it with focus and determination. It also hindered by reading and writing speed. In my subjects, we had to do extensive reading, and I was able to do that only because I enjoyed reading Psychology. This gave me a lesson that if I am willing to do something, my disability can never be an obstacle.
The end of school life was depressing for me, but then I thought, it’s not the end of learning. I love to seek information, and the process of learning will continue forever. The best lesson that I learned from my school life is that nothing can turn me down. Despite the disability, I scored well in school, and it augmented my confidence. Today, I am a confident girl who knows her weaknesses but would never let them stop her from pursuing her dreams. I am aware of my interests and my direction, and I am determined to follow my heart to reach the place, I deserve.