It seems to me that this is the most popular question if I want to involve myself in almost everything. The problem is, I may be able to talk good shits about myself in other types of question but never this one. It's not that I'm such a horrible person that I'm afraid my weaknesses and threats are unbeatable and my strengths and opportunities sound too cliche. It's just, I never think that I'm good enough and I don't know yet how to overcome those weaknesses and threats. If I were the interviewer hearing people talking about them SWOT, I would personally think that it's a nonsense one can easily say how to overcome their weaknesses and threats while they are still doing it.
Ah, I sound (too) cynical (again). There are many assumptions of this and you can't blame me because my almost a year economic study teaches me to assume in every kind of situation. Perhaps this writing means I'm too 'mysterious' even me myself can't discover. Or I'm too bad that I don't think my strengths can beat my weaknesses. Or I'm too good that I can't think of any possible weaknesses I might have (err kidding). Or simply I'm too lazy to tell you what I have and would rather say 'come, hang around, and you'll see' (to quote: Britney's good old song: sometimes). Whatever it is, I don't like the above question and I know I can't skip it in order that I can pass the selection because I'm thinking about my CV now and how good it will be if I put those events on it. So, don't blame (and laugh at) me if I say one of my weaknesses is I'm a very moody person that I think I change every 5 seconds and how to overcome it is by being less sensitive and try to be happy in doing everything. Don't ask me how to do that, it's another bullshit a system creates.