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Admission Essay: Extra- Curricula Activities
A visit to an Icehockey match in Bern with my father at the age of seven changed my attitude towards the sport. This experience made me todevelop a great liking for the sport and prompted me to join the local Icwehockey club in Worb. The most appealing attributes of these were its speed and the high level of keenness that was expected from the players. Thus it helped me to inculcate the ideals of keenness and accuracy when dealing with different tasks at al levels.
Moreover, it helped me develop a spirit of teamwork that is essential for effective study. It can not be disputed that the success of a given game and the ability to attain fundamental goals and objectives is highly depended on the cooperation of the players. Of great importance was the learning of the ability to initiate and maintain good relationships with not only the team members but also the management of the team. Good interpersonal relationships are fundamental for consultative study that is an inherent feature of higher education.
In 1998, when I had already spend a significant thirteen years playing for the team, one of the youth coaches got very ill and the club’s 6-8 years old youth team did not have a coach for the team. When the board of the club asked within the older teams if someone was willing to step in, I decided to take over the team and assume the responsibility. Although at first it was quite challenging because of the nature of the youngsters, I devised sustainable approaches of addressing the challenges and with time, I became very satisfied with the work. Thus I decided to .............
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