Why do I need this scholarship?
It is because I am the eldest in my siblings. My parents expect me to change the lives of the success of my family. My family is middle-income families. My father worked as a prison officer. he only earn RM2100 per month. with a small amount, he should support all his family members. additionally, all my siblings are still in school. therefore, I need to change the way my family life with a first class degree.
So, I hope the owner can give me this scholarship to give me a chance to obtain a first class degree. You won`t have any regret when choosing me.
"What is your greatest strength?"
This is a great chance to highlight your best skills. Don't pick just one, focus on your top three or four. Some examples are: leadership skills, team-building skills, and organizational skills. Determine which strengths would fit best with the position for which you are applying. For example, if the job announcement stresses the ability to handle multiple tasks, you could say: "I'm good at organizational skills, prioritization and time management. But my greatest strength is my ability to effectively handle multiple projects and deadlines."
* When I'm working on a project, I don't want just to meet deadlines. Rather, I prefer to complete the project well ahead of schedule.
* My time management skills are excellent and I'm organized, efficient, and take pride in my work.
"Why are you the best person for this job?"
As with all other questions, be confident and enthusiastic when you answer this. Don't try to say you are the best qualified person, because you don't know the qualifications of the other applicants. Instead, emphasize several reasons why you should be hired. For example: "I've got extensive experience in [name the appropriate field] and have the specific skills you are looking for. I'm a fast learner who adapts quickly to change and will hit the ground running. I'm dedicated about helping your company meet its goals,...