Topic: PsychologyBehavior

Last updated: February 27, 2019

When I was young, I did not have a family member or role model that really influenced me to take up an engineering degree. Though, I was blessed with wonderful parents that valued education and I inherited my father’s mathematics gene. I enjoyed mathematics, I loved solving problems even though I did not know where it could lead me. I always wanted to know how things work, I spent a lot of my time playing with toys, and I disassembled every new toy bought for me by my parents, either trying to improve or fix it. My parents were unhappy about it.

I was most inspired by my primary five mathematics teacher, Mr Victor Okeke, who saw I had a talent and encouraged me to make the best out of it. I remembered that my father always complains to him every day he drops me at school about my destructive behavior at home.

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My mathematics teacher encouraged me to take secondary school mathematics courses in primary five and enrolled me in some state mathematics competitions and I performed well. He tells me always that I was good at maths and this greatly influenced me to pursue all the mathematics and science subjects I could take in secondary school.

It was the inspiration and encouragement I received from him at a young age that led me to pursue an electrical and electronic engineering degree in the university. Electrical Engineers use their knowledge of mathematics, science, logic to find suitable solutions to a problem.

Unlike mathematical problems, the problems of today do not have a single or simple correct answer, the problems are higher than primary five mathematics competition. However, the fundamental skills still apply: gather relevant facts, break it down and apply a formula to get the suitable solution.


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