I suppose this trait is an extension of my belief that I’m pretty much the same as everyone else. The most useful part of this analysis was getting confirmation of what I consider to be my positive strengths.
It’s one thing to think I possess a strength, but I always worry I could be deluding myself.
It should follow the basic structure of a personal essay.
You’ll need an introduction that states your thesis -- your central idea or theme.
You’ll need at least three subsequent sections -- one for your strengths as a writer, one for your weaknesses and another for your future goals.
Your conclusion should restate your thesis and sum up what you’ve learned about yourself.There was one particular description that I did find quite unanticipated, namely that I display a non-judgmental nature.The respondent indicated that I don’t judge people on the basis of sex, colour, or race.Your essay should be both reflective and proactive.Scott Neuffer is an award-winning journalist and writer who lives in Nevada.For example, “Having acknowledged my natural talent for grammar, I would like now to address my weaknesses as a speller” could serve as a transitional topic sentence linking your strengths and weaknesses sections.The first honest moment of your self-analysis comes in the formulation of your thesis.Self-analysis essays force you to think critically and honestly about yourself and your work.These essays are often assigned at the college level as a way to reflect on yourself and your progress as a writer.I have a pretty developed sense of my strengths and the “best self” portrait they described was well aligned with my own self-image.That isn’t to say that the descriptions didn’t reveal something unexpected.