Albert Einstein was a great scientist and physicist. From his childhood to the end of his life he was interested in science because when he was young, he couldn’t explain some things which pushed him towards science. He was a true genius according to his grades and other people who noticed it and could prove it. He always went ahead of other people which made it easier and more advanced at things that would help him in the future. The push towards science came from his childhood, to the time when he worked hard in school and college, and when he worked, discovered amazing things, and how he succeeded his life.
His childhood is where he started seeing things that amazed him and. (5)When Albert was six he went to “Peterschule”, a catholic elementary school in Munich. When his mother looked at his grades, he was on the top of the class. He then moved to the Luitpold grammar school in 1888. There as time went by, the problems with teachers got more and more severe. (4) He was very slow at learning words which made his parents worry and even ask consultants. He had big questions towards simple things such as time and space that were taken as granted by adults. Even though he didn’t work or study science, he found more and more things he couldn’t explain. (1, 2, 3) For example: when he was five years old, his father had a pocket compass. What Einstein was amazed by was the invisible force pulling the needle toward north. Later in life he looked back on this moment. (1,4) Later when he was older, a wide belief that Einstein failed his math courses spread, however when someone asked him (when he was older) he laughed and said that he mastered many differential calculus and integral calculus before he was fifteen! When he was twelve, he decided to jump ahead of the class and study geometry and algebra on his own. His parents bought him the books so he could do that.
Albert Einstein made an attempt to finish his last year of high school by taking an entrance exam to the ETH, (the Swiss Polytechnic University in Zurich) but he failed the test, which made him attend one last year of high school a little town of Aarau, Switzerland. Later, Albert Einstein graduated from high school and began going to the ETH, the Swiss Polytechnic University in Zurich. Albert Einstein then graduated from there with a degree in physics. When he did so he tried to find a teaching job, because he had a big degree and would probably be a good teacher, but he did not succeed at this goal. As for his work, Einstein pictured experiments and he tested them in his head rather than a lab.
(4)So he was toiling six days a week as a third-class examiner in the Swiss patent office. During his spare time, he produced four papers that were important/made/changed physics. The first showed that light could be conceived in particles and as well as waves. The second one proved the existence of atoms and molecules. The third was the special theory of relativity that said that there was...