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Write an essay to address the following question: "Why do you choose Chemistry or Chemical Engineering as your major of interest?" Focus on who you are and use your personal stories to support your arguments. Thanks.

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The expert writes a major of interest for personal stories. Why you choose chemistry or chemical engineering as your major of interest is examined.

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You have decided to be a Chemistry or Chemical engineering major. Why? Of all paths, why would you chose this major over say English Literature or 19th Century American History? Were you always more prone to the sciences? How about an interest in formulas? Was there one particular chemist that wowed you? Is there a story with a teacher or an danger that you prevented as a result of your chemical knowledge that really prompted you to think: AH YES! Forget about my dream to be ...

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