He left 50 thousand people behind in one year
VICTORY OF PEOPLE
Altan Öztürk, who graduated from Orhangazi 15 July Martyrs Anatolian High School in 2020, became the first 55 thousand people in the university entrance exam. was among the people. Thinking that he could not get the score he wanted, Öztürk achieved great success by being among the top 5 thousand in the raw ranking in the exam he took again this year.
19-year-old Altan Öztürk, who lives in Orhangazi, entered the raw ranking announced after this year’s university exam. achieved great success. Altan Öztürk, who graduated from Orhangazi 15 July Martyrs Anatolian High School last year, was among the most successful 55 thousand people in Turkey in the post-university exam ranking, but he had to postpone his dreams for the 2021 exams because he could not enter the school he wanted to study in.
‘ I WORKED 12 HOURS DAY’
Saying that he wanted to study at Istanbul University Faculty of Law and become a Public Prosecutor, Altan Öztürk said, ‘Last year, when I couldn’t get the score I wanted and left it to graduates, I was ambitious. Most of the time I studied 12 hours a day. I never left the discipline, I never interrupted my study program, I solved a lot of questions and I succeeded.’
ENTERED THE TOP 5 THOUSANDS
Altan Öztürk, who took the university entrance exam again this year, made the first 55 thousand people last year. It achieved great success by being among the first 5 thousand people this year in the raw ranking. Öztürk, who will enter the school of his dreams with the points he gets, said, “When I go to university, I will hold my classes with the same discipline. I want to be a prosecutor. I have followed my dream and succeeded until today. Öztürk, the only son of Öztürk, said, “My father and mother motivated me to study and followed my working hours. The environment at home has been completely focused on my success. My mother and father have been my biggest supporters for my success, and they have always been self-sacrificing.’ Stating that he did not receive any outside support, except for his family, while preparing for the exam, Öztürk said, “I have never taken private lessons during my education life, and I have not needed classroom support. I wanted, I worked and I succeeded.’