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A Bloom student won 1rst place in a Physics Competition

Updated: May 8, 2023

Our student won at the Federal Physics Competition in Tuzla! Through this interview, we would like to congratulate him once again and inspire other students to follow his example - when you find what you love, victories will come by themselves!

How was your love of physics born?

My love for physics started when I was 11 years old, after I read my first physics book. My father works in physics - he is a static engineer - which piqued my interest even more.

A few days ago you were at the Federal Physics Competition in Tuzla, where you won first place. Did you expect such a ranking?

I didn't expect to get first place, it didn't seem realistic, the tasks are quite complex because it's currently the highest level that can be reached. The competition was good, I had high expectations, but not so high that I would win so many points. But it happened! I won first place.

Do you consider physics your hobby or is it something more than that?

Physics is not a hobby, I see it as my future career. I like physics, it relaxes me while I do it.

What was the role of the teacher and the school you attend in finding this love for physics?

I am lucky to have a physics teacher who cares about me, inspires me and motivates me to keep going. Bloom gives me more freedom and creativity, which for me was a new and better approach to learning.

What are your plans for the future?

In the near future, I plan to participate in the national competition in physics, and then the international one, which I am especially looking forward to.

More about Ismail Sanicic

Horoscope sign: Leo

Hobbies: Chess and reading

Music: Rock 60s - 90s

Favorite song: "I want it all", Queens

Favorite series: "Cosmos", Carl Sagan


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