Luis Chaparro #ownthefuture

Who I Am?

- I represent a student from Crater School of Business Innovation, and Science. A student that demonstrates determination, work ethic, and desire to succeed. A very passionate soccer player/fan. An intrigue in looking forA young enthusiastic persistent man, who takes his heritage where ever he goes. Getting mentally academically prepare for what the future awaits. Enjoy spending time with family and friends. -

Luis Chaparro
Aqueduct - Queretaro, Mexico
"You have to fight to reach your dream. You have to sacrifice and work hard for it." - Lionel Messi
Architectural / Civil Engineer - Oregon State University
Civil Engineer - Luis Chaparro

What I Want to Pursue!

A few months ago, I have been leaning towards Oregon State University because they have one of the best engineering programs, but things can change. It also depends a lot on the financialy part of it. Other schools that I would consider attending would be University of Oregon, Southern Oregon University, Portland State University, and Boise State University.

Engineering has intrigued me for quite a while now. I been liking the aspects of what an engineer does. Once I get to college I want it to be my career. Architectural Engineer and Civil Engineer are my main options as of now. Both intrigue me in how and what the major is all about. (Math)

"Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time." - Thomas A. Edison
Where - Oregon State University - Corvallis, Oregon

Depending on how everything goes I will try to live on campus for the first year. Then try to live off campus for the next three years.

I all need for my Oregon State University application is to finish some questions that need to be answered. - I have to take one more SAT Test on January 21. - Also I have to get going and apply for some more scholarships. - According to the requirements posted on the Oregon State University website I meet all those requirements to get in to the major I want.

I'am leaning towards Oregon State because it has one of the best engineering programs in the nation. Lately, wanting to pursue engineering as my major because I love math and I'm intrigue in learning the aspects of drawing and creating different drawings, engineers deal with, in their daily life situations.
The Process Of How To Get In Oregon State University

First of all a student has to have maintained good grades throughout high school career (a minimum of 3.0 GPA). There looking for the strength of ones curriculum (AP, Honors). For example, have a continuous challenging math sequence in ones curriculum. Thus, take classes throughout high school that are going to challenge you. Other aspects are having acceptable test scores. Having a insightful resume. Once you meet this points you can now apply for the college and go through the process of waiting if you were accepted or not.

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