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Personal statement- Engineering. My determination to study engineering, especially mechanical engineering, stems from an early curiosity to learn how machines work. I satisfy this by watching documentaries, searching the web and by delving
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Engineering through time has developed and shaped the world that exists today whereby the human quality of life is improved due the ingenious solutions thought out by engineers to solve complex problems. Being at the forefront of shaping the future and being a part of such a significant community strengthens my aspiration to become an engineer.
My determination to study engineering, especially mechanical engineering, stems from an early curiosity to learn "how machines work". I satisfy this by watching documentaries, searching the web and by delving into any old gadgets which I can lay my hands on. Having explored various devices, from cassette players to remote controlled cars, has only motivated me further to learn what it takes to design and manufacture them. Furthermore, Physics has given me an understanding of the basic principles governing the natural world, while maths has provided me with the means of modelling real life situations; a combination of both has not only improved my problem solving skills but helped me to explain the world around me. For example, whilst pointing a pair of 3D glasses at a LCD TV I noticed that rotating them caused the image on the screen to change intensity,
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