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1. Tell me about yourself?

I am a recent graduate of Sophomore year in high
school and I am near the top of my class. I’m a dedicated and hard worker,
once I am assigned an objective I am capable of being left alone to solve it
and then bring the required work back to my boss within the required
timeline. I’m strongest mathematically in school and thus is one of my better
fields.

Goals: personal and professional
2. What are your short-term career objectives? Long-term career
objectives? My short-term career goals are to be accepted into a
respectable company and from there begin my career. My long term
career objectives are to graduate from medical school and attempt to
find my way into that field.
3. How do you plan to achieve your career goals? I plan to achieve
them with hard-work, dedication, and lots of studying.
4. What are the most important rewards you expect in a career?
The satisfaction of knowing I did a good job each and every day.
5. What qualities do you admire most in others? I admire
leadership, I admire people that are able spread ideas and goals to
other people without being a terrible person about it.
6. How do you determine or evaluate success? I determine success
by seeing the end result of a large amount of work and being proud of
that result.
Skills and abilities
7. What do you consider to be your greatest strengths and
weaknesses? I consider my greatest strengths to be my writing and
math skills, my hard-work and dedication I put into every project, and
the amount of time I’m willing to spend to make sure everything is
perfect on a project before turning it in. My greatest weakness would
have to be my dedication to detail because sometimes I can lose track
of time because I’m too focused on making sure the project is just
perfect.
8. What do you do for fun? For fun I like to read and play video
games on occasion. I read quite often and spend many evenings
reading fiction books.
9. If you were describing yourself, what five words would you
use? The five words I would use are: Intellectual, Dedicated, HardWorking, Dependable, and Trustworthy
10.
What two or three accomplishments have given you the
most satisfaction? Why? The first accomplishment was getting the

highest grade in my class for my National History Day competition
project, and the other was placing 5th in Business math for NHD at the
state competition. Those two things were very important to me
because NHD is a very large project and it took a very long period of
time to finish and for FBLA it was because that showed that I was one
of the strongest mathematically in my state.
11.
What is the most important lesson you have ever learned
in or out of school? Dedication. That is the most important thing I
have ever learned, that if I try my very hardest for as long as needed I
can accomplish anything I set my mind to.
12.
What frustrates you the most? What was your greatest
disappointment? The most frustrating thing to me is personally
failing; I get really frustrated if I do subpar on anything. My greatest
disappointment was in sophomore year getting my first B grade ever
and thus losing my 4.0 record.
13.
Tell me about a difficult decision you had to make. How
did you go about making it? A difficult decision I had to make was
when I had to decide whether or not I wanted to participate in Cross
Country. I went about making it by weighing the pros and cons of
doing another sport in the fall. The biggest pro to me was that it would
help get me in shape for Basketball, but the biggest con was that I
don’t particularly like running. But I did finally sign up, and it’s been
fantastic.
14.
What kinds of people do you find it difficult to work with?
How do you usually deal with conflict? I find it difficult to work
with people who never take anyone else’s opinion into account. I
usually try my best to interject new thoughts into the problem
whenever possible, that’s how I deal with their control issues.
15.
Give me an example of a problem you solved and how you
solved it. A problem I solved was the issue of getting to school my
sophomore year. All the years previous I had had a ride out to school
with my uncle and then after him one of the teachers, but that year
the teacher I had rode with moved out of town. So I had to get my
license so I could drive myself to school, so to solve this problem I
studied extremely hard to get my license and succeed finally several
weeks before school started.
Education

16.
What is your GPA? Do you think your grades are a good
indication of your academic achievement? My GPA is about a 3.9
currently, yes I do think it is a good indication of my achievements.
17.
What have you learned from participation in
extracurricular activities? I have learned that hard-work is
extremely important. You have to try hard to balance both your extracurricula’s and your normal school work.
18.
Do you have plans for continued study? An advanced
degree? Yes, after I graduate I plan on attending medical school and
eventually graduating with some sort of masters or doctorate degree
in surgery.
Work Experience, in general
19.
What work experience has been the most valuable to you
and why? I think the most valuable work experience I have had was
when I volunteered at the Cowboy Breakfast, I learned a lot there
about working with other people and I learned several new social
skills.
20.
How do you work under pressure? I work under pressure
quite well, I am able to quickly finish projects with little time left with
quite good results.
21.
Describe the kind of supervisor you like to work for. I like
working for someone who is going to respect my ideas and me as a
person, if they are too controlling and don’t give me enough freedom
to do projects in my own way we probably won’t get along.