I have always been fascinated by mathematical studies and, having a flair for the subject, there was never any doubt that I would choose mathematics as a degree. It is a pivotal subject on which so many others depend (such as physics and chemistry). I relish the challenge of problem solving that mathematics provides. For me, it is an endlessly intriguing subject, as the discipline appears limitless, allowing so much scope for further study and research.
I believe that I have been successful throughout my life because I always make a periodic plan of the things to do. Thanks to my study program, I can do all my scheduled work in time, and I have more time to improve myself.
At the second year of my undergraduate education, I applied for the information systems minor program at the Department of Computer Engineering, which is offered by the university to students whose cumulative grade point average is more than 2.50 (out of 4.00). The reason for applying to this program was the decision to study Applied Mathematics for my graduate education. During my university education, I got high honorís degree in 6 semesters and honorís degree in 2 semesters.
Due to conflicts in my timetable, I couldnít attend some mathematics classes. Nevertheless, I decided to study those courses on my own initiative. I managed to grasp the concept of the course syllabus and achieved on the papers. This was a great sense of success for me and encouragement to pursue my interest further. Having had no formal lessons, I developed an independent, self-reliant approach to mathematics which I believe is crucial for graduate education.
As I had planned, I started my master education in Applied Mathematics. Unfortunately, my major field was changed to Geometry in second semester out of my choice (not clear. Do you mean "by my choice'? I have been working as a research assistant since 2009, solving linear algebra and topology problems in recitation hours. This gives me the opportunity to improve myself in how to transfer my knowledge to students efficiently.
I have always been active in extra curricular activities. Due to my immense interest in playing football, I have always been in the university football tournament. I also play table tennis, swim, and take walks regularly.
I would love to pursue a career in the field of Applied Mathematics by getting a doctorate degree in the U.S. after earning my master education, and return to my home country to instruct master and doctorate students and do research in my major field.
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