In a class of 127 highly qualified students, which of your personal characteristics will make you stand out as an individual? in contrast to the pharmcas application and statement, which asks you to describe your skills, accomplishments, and future goals, we ask that you discuss your personal uniqueness.
I think I have a personal uniqueness that will make me stand out as an individual in spite of being in a class of 127 highly qualified students. My greatest ability is reskilling, which means that I can adapt to any situation, change, and development. Thus, I am constantly eager to learn new skills. This characteristic is essential nowadays, especially because of technological advances that require people qualified to adapt to any change.
apart from being against desegregation, governor of georgia eugene talmadge opposed as well to the work progress administration, an ambitious program of the "new deal" created by president franklin d. roosevelt to overcome the great depression after world war i. talmadge disagreed with welfare spending, job training and organized labor. according to his ideas, he thought the government was spending too much money on this, and he wasn't willing to accept a wage higher than georgia's lower average wage. besides, talmadge strongly opposed to the "new deal" as he thought it had communist ideas.