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    The Bulb over your Head!!! ""Idea""

    I came into the United States about 16 months ago to train to become a Pilot.

    My School is an Aviation school that drives more of the international market there are averagely people from 20 different Nationalities with different ethnics societies.

    That has been such a huge influence on me, when I find people who speak certain Languages I sometimes pick up words from them and they also learn English from me as it is my first language.

    It has promoted my international awareness, that there is also someone who thinks just the way I do or does the same Job that I do around the World. It gives a sense of Joy.

    Ive visited many popular resorts in Florida like SeaWorld Orlando, Disney World, Ive been to the big Miami City, the Bahamas, watched a game of Baseball and BasketballPlayed on the sand of South Beach, Seen what I could see mostly in movies. Eaten from McDonalds and Burger King. Tasted an American Burger.

    My biggest form of benefit from experience as an International Student is that it thought me how to think faster and make abrupt decisions within seconds. A lot of times I get into financial situations and bring on solutions to money management and for my basic needs.

    My advice to international students or students about to be international students is always try to leave a positive legacy and be a good representative of your Home Country.

    And for students who hasn't considered going to study abroad I can say to you that it is the best form of international awareness.

    I Would like to thank you for taking your time to read.

    Parry Hedima
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