Years 10 & 11
Double IT, Media, Geography; one module of IT consisted of web design: I became obsessed with aesthetics [art, beauty, taste] - leading to: [photography, typography, proportionality, negative space].
Years 12 & 13
Triple IT. With the new Head of IT (Mr Kelly); specialising in project management, I submerged into the project management triangle. A clear vision, a schedule, high-quality work, time-frames, budgets.
I became obsessed with completing deadlines before the allotted time; allowing you to move onwards; rate of progress. Leading to me being a workaholic / perfectionist.
It leads to designing websites using numbers - leading to web development, which lead to the .htaccess file - which lead to HTTP Methods GET / POST, which lead to denial-of-service attacks, which lead to hacking.
Second year - it's quintessentially half computer science, and half cybersecurity. When it came to select a university; I inputted 'hacking' into the UCAS search bar - and at the time (that year) only one university in England offered a BSc in hacking.