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I lived as an average, normal person and I have always maintained that connection,” Mr Putin recalls.
So for us, the high-school graduates, only one out of 40 was admitted.
I got four out of five for the essay, but top marks for everything else, so I passed.” “When I began studying at the university, new goals and new values emerged.
Granted, soon after, I decided I wanted to be a sailor, but then I wanted to do intelligence again. Vladimir Putin Even before he finished school, Vladimir Putin wanted to work in intelligence.
He went to a public reception office of the KGB Directorate to find out how to become an intelligence officer.
Mr Putin spent another six months working in the counterintelligence division.
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That was when he drew attention from foreign intelligence officers.But even that was not enough for maintaining my status, so to speak, for very long.I realised that I also needed to study well,” Vladimir Putin says.In 1970, Vladimir Putin was admitted to law department at Leningrad State University.“We had a class of 100 people, and only 10 of them entered immediately after high school, the rest had already completed military service.There, he was told that first, he would have to either serve in the army or complete college, preferably with a degree in law.“And from that moment, I began preparing myself to enter the law department at Leningrad State University,” Mr Putin notes.I mainly focused on studies, and began seeing sports as secondary.But, of course, I trained on a regular basis and participated in nation-wide competitions, almost out of habit.” After graduating from Leningrad State University, Putin was assigned to work in the state security agencies.“Fairly quickly, I left for special training in Moscow, where I spent a year.Then I returned again to Leningrad, worked there in the First Main Directorate – the intelligence service.