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Name: Noah Wallace
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Aug 20, 2019
Undergraduate / Electronics, hardware, software - Undergraduate Admission - Georgia Tech [3]

fascinating computers

Prompt: Why do you want to study your chosen major at Georgia Tech, and what opportunities at Georgia Tech will prepare you in that field after graduation? No essay should exceed 250 words in length.

Note: I tried my best to answer the prompt questions, however it is hard to answer them with such few words. Any help and opinion is appreciated. Thank you.

For me, computers have always been fascinating. From a young age, I was always unscrewing and opening things to see what was inside, trying to understand how they work. Over the years, this interest progressed, and the more I used computers, the greater my desire became to understand how they operate. I started taking my own computer and cell phone apart to repair them, and then started repairing electronics for friends.

After getting a basic grasp of hardware, software components became my passion. Soon I had decided that I wanted to choose software development as my educational path. I am enthralled by the idea of creating new and useful tools by coding. I am eager to further widen my base of knowledge in computer science, and I know that Georgia Tech is a great place to do so. For one, Tech's BS CS program does not only teach students the foundations of computer science, but also promotes problem-solving skills on the highest level, encouraging innovation and critical thinking. In the future, I hope to be able to make people's lives easier by developing user-friendly utility software, for example simple interfaces that help older people keep up with modern technology.

I am looking for the best possible education to become the best me, and I strongly feel GA Tech is the right place for me. Not only does the institution provide excellent academics, it also provides a diverse campus, allowing students to learn from and embrace many cultures different from theirs.