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Responsibility is something that everyone has to take part in from time to time. Although it may seem bothersome, it is still part of our daily lives and will follow us throughout adulthood. As a child, responsibility was something that has been imposed on me from a really young age. Unlike most children, I did not complain when it came down to things like household chores or regular schoolwork because I knew that it was expected of me.

Growing up, I have always been rather mature for my age, so I was able to understand what it truly meant to be responsible. When it comes to school, I always make sure to put my best foot forward, as I value my education greatly. Everyday, I make it my priority to complete my schoolwork on time and to get good grades. For the most part, I have always been a self disciplinarian. I make sure to follow through with the routine that I have set for myself so that I may be able to stay on top of things and perform to my greatest ability.

Back when I was in elementary school, my school never really emphasized the importance of education, so we were left to do as we please. Most of the time, we wouldn’t really learn anything and had little to no homework. Being the quiet kid that I was, I was more than happy to just sit in the back of the class and observe from afar. Once I got into middle school, everything changed. All of a sudden, I was forced to step out of my comfort zone and put my best foot forward. From that day forward, I made sure that I always tried my best and made my education my top priority. Because of this experience, I have learned to be more responsible and was able to grow as a person.

-Andrea

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