When I was younger back in elementary school when I was in preschool and kindergarten, I struggled in school. Mostly I had trouble with reading and writing and I mostly cried a lot at school because I didn't like school. I always get in trouble when I was younger and my parents would always get mad at me but then one day I decided to change my path and grow up. So I end up paying more attention in class and I started to practice my vocabulary and spelling skills so I can improve it. I started to do better in 1st grade and was the highest student in class but then I kind of struggled in 2nd and 3rd grade because it was bit harder but I was still improving. By 4th grade I was doing fine and I learn new words and I spell them correctly. And in 5th and 6th grade I was doing well and my handwriting got neater each year I go up a grade level. Now as I'm currently a 7th grader soon entering 8th grade, I know it might be difficult at first but like my past in elementary school, I know I just have to not give up and practice and it can be any subject that I might struggle in but I can practice or ask for help since my life right now is going well and smoothly and I know I will succeed in school and beyond if I do well in school.
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