Being unable to convince my parents and being unable to afford a university elsewhere except in my home state, I was compelled to apply for Medicine and Surgery (they believe I can do anything), but I'd already planned my life toward computer engineering (software or hardware).
On seeing the results, I was a point less than the required points to be in medical school and I was offered biology and the option to choose another. As of then, there was no computer engineering in the school, so I opted for the closest, "Electrical and Electronic Engineering". I've always wanted computer engineering cause I love fixing things and it'll give me a good grind on software engineering too.
Meeting the best in the faculty and the department, he told me I'll be introduced to programming (I didn't know what programming was, I was just curious about how the computer works) and not let the zeal die, and that was the first step to where I'm today.
I could've easily scored higher than what I scored, but somehow I didn't and I'm here building an IoT platform in a company 2 years after graduating, doing what I love doing, "Software Engineering".