education. I was not forced by my parents to read or write much when I was younger.
Had my parents been a little more controlling when I was younger, I may not be in the
previous academic standings. A part of this was true. My grades did improve greatly, not
students. That would later change when I came to Bellarmine.
Bellarmine, unlike other schools, gave me a demanding curriculum which made me
was surprisingly my first time actually writing. I remember one of my papers that I wrote
year and it was entirely terrible. It seemed as if my writing was the equivalent of a sixth
precedence over everything else. The compositions that I wrote my freshman year of
Bellarmine were to say the least weak and lacking any direction.
The next two years for me were a tremendous step up from what I had written the
preceding year. Sophomore year, my writing was put to the ultimate test by Mr. Dudas.
The papers for Mr. Dudas? class were a far cry from the year before. I?d say the main
thing that improved was my writing process. Before sophomore year, the way I wrote
writing process, my compositions had a more refined appearance. Junior year, Mrs.
certain requirements and I did not want my writing to suffer because of those
requirements, therefore I wrote the way I desired. My grades consequently did suffer, but
I believe my writing had shown a great deal of improvement since my time at Bellarmine.
Over the years I?ve seen my writing improve exceeding my expectations seeming
that I hadn?t received a satisfactory writing education until my entry into Bellarmine.
There has been many particular things that I have seen improve in my writing. The
method I use to writing has been taught to me and now I use it unceasingly no matter
when I?m writing. Another improvement that I have noticed in my writing has been my
ability to sharpen my creativeness. I think the main thing that needs to be improved is my
with making sense. My vocabulary proficiency leaves a great deal to be wanted from
teacher and the reader whoever that may be. I am confident that my writing will not be as
horrendous as it has in the past few years. One thing that I?ve learned through my writing
is that many people may find it lacking in numerous ways, but if I am positive that my
writing came from within and I have done all that I can in the allotted time to make it as
satisfactory as I could, then I am content with my work.