1. Do you think your subject will be useful in the future?
Well, I really doubt that. You know, most of the theories or definitions that I learned in my university, just a kind of theoretical stuff. Well, lots of the examples in the textbook are actually designed or designated for ideal or typical circumstances. I think it’s out dated and not applicable to the real world situations.
2. What would you like to do after graduation?
Well, if I graduated from high school, I’d probably take a year off and travel to other countries, maybe Nepal, Japan or somewhere else. I’m obsessed with the traditions, culture and even the languages of different countries.
3. What do you do with your classmates after classes?
Apparently, I love socializing with my fellows; we usually go different kind of place to unwind ourselves from the heavy workload. However, if we are going to have a quiz on the next day, we probably will go to a coffee shop or library to pull out all the stops for the test.
4. What subject are you studying?
Well, I’m doing business management. I’ve taken some courses like the marketing, organizational management, advertising and something like that. Well, to be honest, it wasn't my first choice. I wanted to study chemistry at first. But in some way, I guess, business management has a promising career opportunity.
5. Where do you study?
I’m studying in Beijing University. My university has a good reputation in China and it’s quite hard to get in. So, I’ve buckled down to my studies and managed to get through all the exams a year before. Well, fortunately, I finally got in my ideal university with my favourite major.
6.Describe your study habits?
I have well established study habits. I always start my study promptly at eight in the evenings. I study for two hours, have a ten-minute break, and the study for another two hours. I follow this habit from Monday’s to Friday’s, but over the weekends I spend most time in relaxing with my family or friends.