Personal Narrative: Ion The Prize

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Ion the Prize In my junior year of high school, I began my first chemistry class with an apprehensive mindset. Although science and math had always been my favorite subjects, I was anxious from hearing multiple rumors of chemistry being a difficult course at my school. Despite my initial fears, I found myself becoming comfortable with the subject and eager to attend class within the very first few weeks of school. I was intrigued by the lessons, and I instantly became engaged in the labs. The class eventually became the highlight of my school day. When it came time for the hardest test of the year, everyone, including myself, was nervous because of the possibility of their grade plummeting. When the tests were first handed out, I felt sick

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