For thirty-three years, I can approximate that I have just commenced with my endeavours. My life has been most interesting recently, as I age. My parents named me Ann Lorraine Garcia. I believe I was born an exceptional person.
Out of my love of Politics and Psychology, I graduated with a degree in Political Science from the Saint Louis University of Baguio City in 2005. I applied for teaching jobs right after. I am teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) in Pines International Academy to Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese, and others at present.
My parents would have wanted me to pursue a law degree, yet I hesitated for the reason that I am scared of the bar exams. To pursue an advanced degree in Political Science is so much a challenge; nonetheless, I am acquiring my master’s degree currently in the University of the Cordilleras and am on the process of my thesis writing. This field calls for the propensity not only to academic engagements, but also to the attainment of moral standards— which for me is greatly superior.
I believe in the saying, “Carpe diem”, and it makes me fulfil my visions to certainty.
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