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«I wanted to get this score at the entrance exams," says BHOS student and Presidential Scholar

Public Relations department of Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS) continues the project entitled “10 questions to Presidential Scholar”, which tells about Presidential Scholars studying at BHOS. Nigar Ahmedova, first-year Process Automation Engineering student, is answering our questions today.


- Please tell about yourself. 

- I was born in the Lekchiplag village of the Goychay district in 1999. In 2005, I entered school №1 in this village and graduated from this secondary school in 2016. This year, I entered BHOS to study Process Automation Engineering. Thus, I am a first-year student and a Presidential scholar.


- The exams are in the past now. What are your impressions about them?

- While preparing for the exams, I was really stressed, and I was very much nervous a week before them. But then, at the day of the exams, I was very calm. I do not know why, but I decided to pretend that this was just a trial test, not a real examination.


- What was your score at the entrance exams?

- I wanted to get 690 points, and this is exactly the score I wanted to achieve.


- Why have you chosen BHOS?

- I thought that only at BHOS could I receive the best education in my specialty field. This is the main reason why I have chosen BHOS.


- What role has your family played in your education?

- My family helps me a lot in my studying and provides all necessary support, both financial and moral.


- What is your biggest dream?

- My biggest dream is to master my profession and learn English language. I am sure that I can realize my plans at BHOS.


- What can you tell about your future profession?

- It is difficult and challenging, but it is also very interesting and requiring special talents. I think specialists in this field will be in demand, as there will be more need in them in the future. 


- What are your hobbies?

- I like to collect pens. I like to knit, too.


- What else are you interested in?

- I like reading fiction and watching movies.


- What literary genres do you prefer?

- If the book is interesting, the genre does not matter. Most of all I like the novel Martin Iden by Jack London. And I do like books written by Khaled Hosseini, namely A Thousand Splendid Suns and The Kite Runner.