Most college interview questions are meant to help you and the interviewer find out if the college is a good match for you. Rarely will you get a question that puts you on the spot or tries to make you feel stupid. Remember, the college is trying to make a good impression too. Use the interview to show off your personality in ways that aren't possible on the application. 1. Tell me about yourself.
Im Romualda Heredia who really love silence place.Because of that people called me a very quiet person.That’s make me unique because of my silence,people got make mistakes in judging me.They think that I can’t do that and can’t do this but one day they are often surprise of my excellency.So im a typical mysterious person.
This question seems easier than it is. How do you reduce your whole life to a few sentences? And it's hard to avoid commonplace answers like "I'm friendly" or "I'm a good student." Of course you want to demonstrate that you're friendly and studious, but try also to say something memorable here that really makes you different from other college applicants. Can you hold your breath longer than anyone in your school? Do you have a huge collection of Pez dispensers? Do you have unusual cravings for sushi? "Tell me about yourself."
It seems like such an easy question. In some ways, it is. After all, if there's one subject you truly know something about, it's yourself. The challenge, however, is that knowing yourself and articulating your identity in a few sentences are very different things. Before setting foot in the interview room, make sure you put some thought into what it is that makes you unique. Certain characteristics are desirable, but they are not unique. The majority of students applying to selective colleges can make claims such as these:
"I'm hard working."
"I'm a good student."
Granted, all of these answers point to important and positive character traits. Of course colleges want students who are hard working, responsible, and friendly. That's a no-brainer. And ideally your application and interview answers will convey the fact that you are a friendly and hard-working student.
These answers, however, are all predictable. Nearly every applicant could give the same answers. If we go back to the initial question -- "Tell me about yourself" -- we need to recognize that the answers any applicant can give do not successfully define what characteristics make you special. The interview is your best opportunity to convey your unique personality and passions, so you want to answer questions in ways that show that you are you, not a clone of a thousand other applicants.
So, when asked to tell about yourself, don't spend too much time on the predictable answers. Show the interviewer who you are. What are your passions? My passion are writing and reading novels.I like those two because it comforts me a lot whenever im alone. What are your quirks? My quirks are
Why do your friends really like you?They like me when I told them funny quote or stories in serious manner.They are always convinced of my seriouseness but in the end,,it is something that makes them laugh . What makes you laugh?I laugh when nobody laugh at my jokes.I don’t know why but im used to it. What makes you angry?Im angy most of the time when I met some irritating and annoying person.I don’t like those kind of person because its not in my attitude.
Did you teach your dog to play the piano? Do you make a killer wild strawberry pie? Do you do your best thinking when on a 100-mile bike ride? Do you read books late at night with a flashlight? Do you have unusual cravings for oysters? Have you ever successfully started a fire with sticks and a shoelace? Were you ever sprayed by a skunk taking out the compost in the evening?
You are almost guaranteed to be asked to tell about yourself, and your interviewer truly is interested in...