Why Do I Want To Become A Mechanical Engineer

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Personal statement
Gulzhanat Akhmetova

From a very young age, I had aspirations of becoming an engineer, because I wanted to build machines that did not require direct human energy being utilized. to In my childhood, instead of dolls, I loved robots and machines with remote controls. In accumulation, these factors increased my desire to learn more about engineering.
Soon afterwards, I started to learn physics and I became a serious motor sport enthusiast, and so I could increase my knowledge, my brother presented me with a motorcycle. By doing so, my brother encouraged me to read further about engineering, and a few books later, I knew what I was devoting my life to.
The more I learn about mechanical engineering, the more assured I become that a career as a mechanical engineer is what’s best suited to me. During my college carer, I have studied many subjects connected
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The challenge of solving practical problems inherent in the field of engineering and appeals directly to these traits. I am particularly interested in electrical and electronic engineering (EEE) because it is such a rapidly evolving discipline. The potential to integrate new technologies into real life applications and the opportunity to develop practical skills in this sphere is exciting. My bachelor degree is in Space Techniques and Technology. It is a sphere, which is in its infancy in Kazakhstan. The study of mechanical and electronic engineering share many similarities. One could not reasonably dispute that electronics occupies a massive role in the contemporary world economy. There were times, however, when it was debated just how much of a role electronics should play. Throughout the evolution of the aircraft industry and into the space age, it became abundantly clear that the capability and utility of an aircraft or space vehicle had more to do with its electronics than any other

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