my reply is
If you study history, you will find that all stories of great success are also stories of persisting through failure and triumph over adversity. But often we overlook the setbacks and only see the end success. We think the person got lucky: "He/she must have been at the right place at the right time." Or maybe they were just really smart, talented or well connected. But that's all bunk. While it may have been a little bit of each, what ultimately led to their success was their refusal to allow their setbacks and failures to define them.
Basically, I have my dream and I know that, this is the time to make the dreams reality. Applying for MasterCard scholars program at the University of Toronto is the way to my dreams so as a human being it will pose huge pain to me when I will fail to get this scholarship because I always dedicated to anything I do in my life. But actually it happens that sometimes people fail, myself I don't call this as a failure but the failure is to give up or to quench in the way to your target therefore failure to receive MasterCard scholarship, it won't stop me chasing my dream. I live in a rural area with my step mother. My mother is very poor and honestly she can't provide any financial support for me to pursue higher education. Due to this situation, it will be difficult to attend any university in Tanzania because the tuition fee is higher for me to afford. For long time, computer engineering has been my dream. I must enroll to Tanzanian institutions for computer engineering to have a kick start in computer manufacturing in Tanzania. I am now teaching tuition in science and I have bought 10 chickens and two goats for which I am sure if business will go as I have planned, I will get enough for me to start college. In 2017, I will start my program to help an economical marginalized students like me to attend school.