What is one goal that you have to do with your writing skills in the future, besides helping other students write better?
I want to one day write speeches for the most important people. I want to reach the world in a way that everyone can understand, through the power of words.
If you could tell one study tip to help high school students and future college students pass biology, what would it be?
Make sure when you sit down and study for biology, or really any subject, make it fun and interesting! I've learned in college that sometimes colorful pens or interesting YouTube videos helped me learn the most difficult subjects in biology and for most of my classes.
What got you started in understanding and enjoying the tasks of writing, proofreading, and reading other people's work?
I started truly becoming addicted to reading books in middle school; I was the kid who sat in the library at any chance that I could so that I could find an interesting book to read. I probably read almost every book in that library that school year, if I had to be completely honest with myself. From there, my love of books and the English language soared and took off to great adventures. I still do enjoy reading books as much as I can, but I much rather to read other people's works and help people have a better understanding of the language. By reading someone else's work, you're seeing into their mind, thoughts, and ideas that most people wouldn't get a chance to read about otherwise.