Describing Yourself As A Person For An Essay

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Sample 1:

I come from an upper middle class family. The most important thing in my life is religious believes, moral values & respect for elders. I am modern thinker but also believe in good values given by our ancestors. I love trekking, going on trips with friends, listening to classical music & watching latest movies.

Sample 2:

I have always been an achiever; be it academics or professional life or sports or any other field in my life. I believe in success through hard work & dedication. My motto in life is to ‘If you want something, work hard & you will achieve it; there are no shot cuts’. I enjoy life to the fullest & love humour. I am a progressive thinker & respect each person’s space & values.

Sample 3:

XXX is genius, intelligent, well cultured, smart & open minded girl. XXX has completed her graduation from ________. Her hobbies include reading, teaching, music, dancing, cooking, traveling etc. You can expect homely behaviour & dedicated up-bringing from XXX.

Sample 4:

I am a very simple, god fearing, caring, talented, understanding, trustworthy and kind hearted human being. I believe in the motto ‘Live and let live’. I hate liars. I am fun loving, down to earth and very much Optimist. I love travelling, sight seeing, listening to rock music, reading all the latest fiction novels.

Sample 5:

I am a soft spoken, honest & talented person. I have a good job, decent salary & a nice house to live in. I think family as the first priority of my life. I think 5 years down the life I should be happily settled with my kids, a lovely soulmate with all the blessings of our parents & relatives.

Sample 6:

I am a ambitious, self-made, work alcoholic but down to earth person. I like to balance professional & family life. Professional life gives you exposure, confidence & sense of achievement. I believe the fulfillment one gets from one’s work is very important for wellbeing. I also participate in family get-togethers, functions, parties, etc. My favourite pastime is to watch English movies, reading fictions & cooking.

Sample 7:

I am a warm, caring, loving & trustworthy person. I share a very special bond with all my friends & family. I love to keep secrets & all the people around me confide their problems to me. I like to help people to find solutions to their problems & also do a lot of social service at NGO’s as I have completed my masters in Social studies. My aim in life is to serve people without any expectation.

Sample 8:

My daughter is 5-4″ wheatish, average body weight & completed her education from XXX. She is working with XXX as a XYZ. She is clever, intelligent and smart looking. She has the capacity to fulfill all her family duties and achieve her professional goals at the same time. She is an excellent cook & knows to cook a variety of cuisines. Her favourite pastime is watching movies, playing guitar, playing indoor sports like table tennis, badminton, carom & swimming.

Sample 9:

XXX is really an accomplished girl & virtuous enough to be equally best at home and office. She is very loving, caring & talkative. Given her beliefs and value system in life, she is going to be an inspiring, compatible and enviable life companion in each and every eventuality.

Sample 10:

I would describe myself as someone who is honest, caring, intelligent, hardworking, and ambitious. I have a great sense of humour. I am an easy going person & don’t get easily disturbed by down’s in my life. I a spiritual person & have a good library of best spiritual books. I also enjoy travelling, watching movies, going out for dinner, and having great intellectual conversations!

Sample 11:

I am honest, caring, intelligent, hardworking, and ambitious. I have a great sense of humour. I am a post-graduate with MBA from one of the premier Indian institute and work as a XXX in one of the top XYZ company. I am passionate about traveling, watching movies and enjoy great chats.

 

 

 

How to write an application essay: describing your strengths and weaknesses

Most people are just as timid describing their strengths as their weaknesses. They don’t want to appear over prideful, or give the impression they’re trying to be better than someone else. Describing weaknesses can be just as tricky. Yet your application essay wants you to do both. How do you do it in a tactful, professional and interesting way? It’s not easy but it is possible.

Use these tips to help you with your application essay:

  1. Remember that a weakness doesn’t mean you have to absolutely fail at something. It just describes an area of your life where you really struggle. You’d like to get better at it but haven’t found a way yet. For example, you could ask yourself one of the following questions:
    • What are your weaknesses as a team member?
    • What are your weaknesses in showing patience?
    • What are your weaknesses in being able to confront someone?
  2. Similarly, a strength doesn’t mean you have to be better at it than anyone else you know. For example, you might be good at singing. But of course, there are other singers better than you. Some questions to help you find some strengths you might not have thought of:
    • What are your strengths in dealing with other people?
    • What are your strengths in staying motivated when others give up?
    • What are your strengths in doing what’s right even when the wrong thing would be easier?
  3. Don’t make empty claims. Give the committee some details and examples to back up what you’re saying. Don’t simply say that you’re the best person at calculating math in your head that you know. Give some support for your statement. What are some examples? What exactly can you do? Give specifics.
  4. Make sure you are following the instructions for the application essay. They may list particular prompt questions that you have to answer. It’s always most important to follow all the application instructions first and then after that, use some other helps and hints you can find to polish it up.
  5. Don’t use vague words. Make each word count and make sure it does a good job of describing precisely what you want it to. For example, instead of saying, I worked hard for someone who couldn’t pay me, say I mowed lawns for all the widows and single mothers on my street because I knew they needed the help and couldn’t afford to pay.
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