S.E.T. for socio-economic growth
My passion for science started when I was in primary school (Centauri Combined School). My science teacher, Mr Nenzhelele, always went the extra mile when he taught us physics. He gave us extra information that was beyond our scope. This made me curious and I started to read more on the material.
I matriculated at Thohoyandou Technical High School in Limpopo. This school caters for people with special needs. It has about 1400 learners.
I have always loved electrical engineering but I wanted a bit of complexity, so I decided to do electrical and computer engineering.
Set yourself goals and work very hard to achieve them. You will encounter obstacles(for instance, failing a test) on the way, but just get up and continue working towards your goal. The obstacles are just temporary situations; do not base decisions that will permanently influence your life on temporary situations.
I encountered more challenges in mathematics than in physics. I usually did not finish my maths tests due to time constraints. This affected my results. To overcome this challenge I practiced the material to a point where I was comfortable, in that way I was able to answer my tests quickly and accurately.
The founder of Econet Wireless Zimbabwe inspires me, as I am mainly interested in telecommunications. This company is very successful, which proves once again that despite hard and difficult times, you can achieve anything as long as you believe in yourself and stay focused on the important things in life.
In five years’ time Ihope to be employed, utilizing and improving the skills that I learnt in school and at university. On the other hand,I can also see myself completing my cosmetology degree.
Apply as soon as you can as this gives you a greater chance of being accepted if you qualify for that degree.
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