The first thing most people notice about my resume is the numbers of universities I went to versus the fact that I'm still an undergraduate. Therefore, you might want to read this through to have a better idea of my interesting experience and well-justified explanation.
I spent two years studying Finance at Macau University of Science and Technology. At the beginning of the third year, I went on with my major at University of Iowa for better education opportunities and minored in Mathematical Statistics, where one of the professors discovered my flair with numbers, especially Statistics. I was transferred to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), focusing on Statistics as my major and Mathematics as a minor.
[...] Finally, I passed the highest national level in piano playing certification. For another example, I excelled at the senior High School Biology Olympic competition by not giving up when faced with difficulties and challenges. To get promoted, I had to complete most of four-year biological undergrad study in less than two years. That amazing experience helped me better understand the survival of the fittest in both ecology and the real world. It also explained my marvelous autonomous leaning ability when it comes to preparing from scratch before that Statistics quiz. [...]
[...] Don't take me as a person who cannot focus. On the contrary, it is worthwhile to spend two years figuring out what my real interested field is and what's best for me in the long run. It also takes great courage and efforts to switch schools for someone who's already halfway through his college and to achieve excellent GPA all the way through, evidenced by the fact that I earned numerous semester scholarship in the Dean's list from previous two schools and maintained a 3.67 out of 4 GPA currently at UNC. [...]
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