Seeking for admission

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A boy who was a engineer.

Submitted: February 05, 2013

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Wright was born on a farm on August 6,1992. He was the youngest of a family of five. His father was a engineer. Wright was then still going to the village school. At ten he went to other school, and stayed till he was 17. That was the age limit. The question was then discussed whether he should continue his education or go back to home. It was decided to keep him at school, and he went to Superior Academy.At nineteen he passed his two years degree from Superior Academy. For the next four years he was planning for the admission.The Wrights, born on the land, were becoming a engineering family. He went to London and for the next four years he studied at the King Street. One of this brother was already in London when he arrived. Bell,had studied engineering at London College and was a qualified structural engineer. When Wright left the King Street, he was to take a job as a engineer. There was not enough money for him to study for postgraduate. Wright worked in a office for two years. His brother was then in London and according to Wright himself, \" My brother Bell pushed me into postgraduate studies\" There was ten engineering universities in London and Wright knew nothing about any of them. He Chose St. Mary's for no better reason than that he had played water-polo against the King College.

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