Q1: Are you a student or are you working?
I’m currently a senior at X University, which is one of the top schools in the nation. Admission is incredibly competitive so I’m very proud of being a student here.
Senior (noun) final year university student
Q2: What are you studying?
Well, I’m majoring in Accountancy, so as you can guess, I deal a lot with numbers and figures day in, day out. It can be overwhelming at times, but I’d like to think that I have a knack for mathematics and calculations so it’s okay.
Day in, day out (phrase) continuously or repeatedly over a long period of time.
Have a knack for (phrase) to be exceptionally proficient at (doing) something
Q3. Why did you choose to study that major?
There are many reasons for my choice. As I’ve already explained about my long-term interest in Accountancy, another reason could be because of accountancy itself, since I’ve found my personalities have changed in a positive way, you know, like I’ve become more patient and skillful.
Q4. What’s the most difficult part of your study?
Well, for the most part, I’d say it’s the workload. I mean there are so many assignments and students are always under a lot of pressures from deadlines. But on the other hand, exams are a piece of cake. They are quite predictable, and I can pretty much breeze through them with a bit of revision.
*pretty much = almost
A piece of cake (idiom) very easy
Breeze (through) (verb) to easily complete or
Q5: What do you like most about your school?
I guess the aspect I find most enjoyable is the environment. I mean, I get to study in English-speaking classrooms and the facilities are top-notch; I mean, all the classrooms are air-conditioned and equipped with projectors. My friends and teachers are all very nice as well, so all in all it’s a great place to study.
top-notch (adj) excellent