Read this excerpt from we beat the street. "you're right, man," george said. "but i don't want to teach—i want to be a doctor or nurse or something medical." "i don't even know what you have to do to become something like that," sampson said honestly. "i don't either," george said. how do the friends change after they attend the seton hall presentation? a. they make a clear decision about what they want to do in life. b. they now have a clear direction for accomplishing their goals. c. they no longer think about which career they should choose. d. they no longer discuss their career goals with each other.
I think it's A, but im not for sure...im taking it right now...
The answer is:
A. They make a clear decision about what they want to do in life.
Eventhough they do not know what do they have to do in order to become doctors, they are sure that that´s what they want to do, and through friendship, determination and hardwork they eventually do it.
The correct and most understandable answer is:
"A- He still wants to be a doctor at the end of the story, but he no longer believes that becoming a doctor is an impossibility,"
This is due to the fact that after he gained more knowledge about such, he figured out how to achieve his goals with hard work.
I hope this helped!!
He still wants to be a doctor at the end of the story, but he no longer believes that becoming a doctor is an impossibility
just took the test