UBC Personal Profile Questions
Prompt: Tell us about yourself. How would your family, friends, and/or family members of your community describe you? If possible, please include something about yourself that you are most proud of and why. (250 words max)
My answer: Black hair, small eyes behind a pair of glasses, and short stature; probably the first thing anyone thinks of when they see me is "Hey, that guy's an Asian!" Once some time passes and people get to know me though, my traits of being a hard worker with attention to detail begin to rise to the surface.
Through the first 17 years of life many things have happened; from the freedom of the baby crib at the age of 2, the sorting of classes at the age of 6 to the hormonal bombardments at the age of 13. When the hurdle of school arrived, along with it came the mirage of tests, assignments and homework. To be able to flourish requires strong amounts of dedication, dashes of care, sprinkles of ingenuity and streaks of perfectionism. Beyond the inner circle that was school came scouts. Providing new and fresh experiences, it gave way to the meeting of new people who welcomed the addition of a diligent and humorous individual. With time put in, the role of leader was given and the opportunity of instructing the younger generation was presented. The arrival of creativity would be experienced by friends and family in the forms of zany videos and stories.
Throughout all these tasks I perform, my drive to be the best that I can is unwavering. I'm proud to say that this is possible as I try to inject my inventiveness /passion into everything. What I do always represents who I am.
Any critiques are welcome.