1. What can you tell me about yourself?
The following is a good example of a positive response. "In high school I was involved in competitive sports and I always tried to improve in each sport I participated in. As a college student, I worked in a clothing store part-time and found that I could sell things easily. The sale was important, but for me, it was even more important to make sure that the customer was satisfied. It was not long before customers came back to the store and specifically asked for me to help them. I'm very competitive and it means a lot to me to be the best."
2. What is your greatest strength?
I feel that my strongest asset is my ability to stick to things to get them done. I feel a real sense of accomplishment when I finish a job and it turns out just as I'd planned. I've set some high goals for myself. For example, I want to graduate with highest distinction. And even though I had a slow start in my freshman year, I made up for it by doing an honor's thesis.
3. What would you like to be doing five years after graduation?
I hope to do my best I can be at my job and because many in this line of work are promoted to area manager, I am planning on that also.
4. Why do you choose this major?
I major in International Trade and have great interest in it. International trade currently become increasingly important in the world of globalization, and those companies desirous to file themselves into the international market and have to confront plenty of issues. Thus, corresponding emphasis have been put on these issues in this field. But during my college study and internship period, I have found I have many to study, so it is very necessary and urgent for me to grasp firmly and comprehensively the relevant knowledge of international trade. That is why I chose this major. Now I look forward to enriching my scope in this field in our university.
5. Why do you change your major?
I show keen interest in the （报考专业） studies, 报考方向 in particular, even though my major is 原专业. You might ask me why, well, let's tell you like this. 原专业 are too abstract, full of terms, far away from the real world. I don't mean that 原专业 is useless. But 报考专业 studies seem more challenging, and promising for my future career. My plan is like this: start my work in a 相关行业 firm and work as a 专业人士 so that I can try my best to help the clients, who they're and where they're from, whether they're rich or poor. That's why I made up my mind to change my major and applied for this law school.