. Hello.! My name is Evan McIntosh, I'm from Thomasville, North Carolina and I am a freshman here at North Carolina State University and majoring in Chemical Engineering which is the application of chemistry to industrial processes. I chose this major because of my passion for chemistry and my curiosity for chemical processes. Ever since I was a child, I've been a thinker, asking the "why and how" questions and always had an inquisitive nature about how and why things work the way that they do. It never ceases to amaze me how chemical compounds change from one form to another and how it can be manipulated by putting it through a system. Although it will be a tough four years, I am confident in my abilities to apply bot aspects of chemistry and engineering to make a positive impact on the world.

One of my all time favorite hobbies is playing piano. Having two aunts that play for my church, one that sings and a grandfather that could gracefully tap the ivory,it was inevitable that I would fall in love with music. Beginning in the 6th grade, my love for music began in the classroom with my choral director, Mrs. Melonie Rector. Every afternoon, I would go to my grandmothers house and wait for my dad to come pick me up. There it was, the 88 ivory keys. Starting out, I taught my self the basics from some old piano books that my grandmother kept in her piano stoll. Soon after, I began taking piano lessons under former Winston-Salem State University Professor of Music, Cassandra B O'Neal. After I stopped taking lesson I have forever held playing piano as one of my favorite hobbies.

E115: Introduction to Computer Environments bases it's grades on a point system in which there are a total of 1000 available in that you need at least 700 points to pass the class. The class is not based on averages therefore individuals assignments are not weighted, rather, they have a point value and accumulate. In class assignments are worth 30 points, homework assignments are 50 points, quizzes are worth 10-15 points, and test ar worth 150 points. The final exam however is worth a total of 225 points. In addition, you earn 4 points for being present in class. If 700 points are earned before the final exam then the student is not required to take the final exam.

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How To Make My Favorite Sandwich:

  1. Get two slices of bread
  2. Add Hamburger Patty
  3. Add Sliced American Cheese
  4. Add Ketchup
  5. Put In Microwave
AP Biology Chemistry 111 E115
90 95 850/1000

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