“Nurture your mind with great thoughts, for you will never go any higher than you think.”
I have always believed that the most important factors to a person’s success in a specific field are their motivation and interest in that field. I also believe that a person’s ability to coordinate their strengths and weaknesses is a vital element to their success. Having this notion in my mind, I have always dealt with my major courses differently than my non-major courses.
One of the proudest accomplishments of my life was earning my undergraduate degree, considering the fact that I have always dreamed of being an engineer. As a child, I was always fascinated by the mysteries of nature and as I grew older, I found the traces of these complexities in Physics. During my high school years, there was nothing like Physics and Mathematics to inspire me toward learning more and more, which provided me with a sense of accomplishment and challenge. The considerable emphasis I placed on my studies helped me to be named the top student (1th Rank) among my 120 peers at the end of study at high school with the GPA of 19.72 out of 20. However, none of my courses up to that point had enthralled me enough to motivate me to choose them as the focus of my professional career. To satisfy my curiosity in these areas, I came to the conclusion to study Electrical Engineering.
In fall 2003, I was admitted in Electrical engineering at Guilan University. Despite the inevitable personal problems during my undergraduate tenure, which directly affected some of my grades, I managed to develop an interest in communication with a trend in “Fields and Waves”. During my undergraduate period I found Electromagnetic course interesting enough to pursue because of its relationship with Mathematics. If the courses had a project, I paid great attention to performing it in the best way I could. Meanwhile, to support my financial status, I had to tutor in subjects such as Mathematics. In July 2007, when I...