James Sharer: Maintains Academic Excellence

Posted: November 8, 2014 in Education, Society

James Sharer knows that getting into the right medical school is challenging and therefore acknowledges the benefits from being on the Dean’s List. He also knows that maintaining both his grade level and standing on student committees looks good on a resume. A high grade point average is crucial for those students aspiring to go on to medical school or get an internship at a top hospital or healthcare facility.

James Sharer works hard in his studies and tries to maintain great relationships with his professors. Many people don’t understand the importance of being in the good graces of a professor. One great reference could go along way to putting the odds in a students favor when applying to graduate school.

James Sharer knows that the competition can be fierce when trying to get an internship. That’s why the Dean’s List is such an important part of any resume. In many ways it demonstrates to prospective employers that you are a hard worker and took school seriously and will be a great asset to their team.

James Sharer has made sure to make keeping his grades up a priority throughout his education, even prior to entering college. During his time at Downingtown West High School he maintained a 3.66 grade point average for all four years. James Sharer’s academic performance has never faltered while attending Penn State. In fact he has made the Dean’s List many times and maintains a cumulative 3.74 grade point average. He tries maintain to academic excellence and work hard in his pursuit of a career.


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