Before school started, my parents got very unnerved that my tuition increased. To compensate for them forking over thousands of dollars, my lovable parents forced me to enter this essay-writing scholarship. The main goal of the essay is to write how the economic/financial crisis is affecting California, and pretty much everyone else.
You see, this scholarship was actually meant for my sister. But when she decided to change majors from Business to Design, I guess all the "business" juices just drained out of her--she allegedly couldn't write a cohesive essay dealing with economics.
In the end I hesitantly did it. I wasn't necessarily confident that I'll get it so I didn't even bother to follow up.
That was August. Fast forward today, and behold, I got an invitation from the scholarship peeps! Supposedly, the finalists are going to be interviewed before handing a check. At this point I'm just worried of what to say. But most importantly, what am I going to wear for my interview? Should I be a demure and wear conservative clothes? Or should I just be me? Talk about dilemma. Suggestions? Comments? Please drop them before October 3.