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Saturday, October 30, 2004


Michael Nguyen

Dear Optometry for Learning Disablities,

After searching for people on, I have found your site ( My name is Michael and I am a high school student at Rancho Alamitos in Garden Grove California. I have an essay for English about a research paper on what I would like to be when I grow up and I was wondering if I could interview you. Since 8th grade I have always liked to be an Optometrist because after seeing videos of people being operated in the hospital, I was sure I could not handle being a doctor, but I love taking care of people. So, in the end I decided that being an Optometrist would work better for me. If you have the time before the end of Sunday, April 20th, please answer some of my questions below for my research paper.
1. How old were you when you thought to yourself that you wanted to be an Optometrist and why.
2. Can you describe to me what a daily life for an Optometrist is?
3. Please list or name some of the positive and negative of the jobs.
4. Where did you study to become an Optometrist and how was it like?
5. If you were not able to become an Optometrist, who would you have become?
Thank you for taking the time to read this and if you can, reply.
Michael Hoang Nguyen

Yasmin Jane

The article maybe 7 years old but without a doubt a very interesting one. Observing for the eyes of a child having difficulties in school is truly necessary. A good vision reflects good learning. People should consider such fact.

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