Her sister Selcan Beyza Kocabıyık, who is a scholarship student at the same private high school, came in 18th in Turkey in the university entrance exam, and her brother Ensar Kocabıyık came in 41st. Kocabıyık brothers, who won the medical faculties of the same university every 6 years, will study together in the 2023-2024 academic year.
Ensar Kocabıyık, who won the Istanbul Medipol University Faculty of Medicine, said that he did not make intensive preparations for the exam in the first years of high school, but that he understood the seriousness of the exam in the last year and followed a study program suitable for him.
Expressing that he studied for hours, Kocabıyık said, “I worked until 12 hours, but in the second semester, people get tired after a point, I stopped for 6 hours. Maybe there were more employees, but I couldn’t afford it.”
Kocabıyık pointed out that the main motivation in the exam process was the effort of his family, and said that his sister was an example for him.
“He said you will”
Explaining that he came to his sister in Istanbul from his family in Kayseri after the earthquakes in Kahramanmaraş on February 6, Kocabıyık said, “It gave me moral motivation when I had the lowest net worth here. ‘Everyone has bad times.’ When I experienced the biggest fall again one month before the exam, ‘I experienced the same things.’ He said that these kinds of things happen. He said. He was the one who trusted me the most, he was right. Thank you, “he said.
“Only intelligence doesn’t work”
Claiming that intelligence develops with environmental factors rather than genetics, Kocabıyık said, “Although I was not that much in the first years of my education life, I think I was successful with the intelligence I had as a child. But in my last year, I increased my work completely because I clearly saw that it does not work when I am not working. Only intelligence does not work for me. if intelligence.” used the phrases.
Abla Kocabıyık’s goal is to become a psychiatrist
Her sister Selcan Beyza Kocabıyık, a 6th grade student at the same university’s International Faculty of Medicine, told that she was preparing for the Medical Specialization Exam (TUS) while she was graduating as the 18th in Turkey, and that she wanted to become a psychiatrist.
Big sister Kocabıyık, who was a role model for her brother during the exam period, spoke as follows about the points he paid attention to in this process:
“I tried as much as I could, without directing, but by making sure that he saw and analyzed everything. I wanted him to come and visit this place as well, but I just wanted him to find his own way without being too directive by sharing my own experiences. In my opinion, medical school is a department that offers many different options. Being a clinician is also It is also possible to be a researcher doctor.”
Abla Kocabıyık gave some advice to the young people who are preparing for the university exam, “I think the most important aspect of the exam process is psychological resilience. It is not always possible to work hard in the long run. The most important point is willpower, and then seeing everything in place while experiencing career options. It is very important to get ideas from those who have experienced it.”