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What was your biggest defeat so far?

How would you answer this question in your Personal Fit interview? Receive feedback on your answer and browse through the Q&As to review the approaches of other applicants and experts.

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The key here is to turn your defeat into a victory at the end. So, reach the climax of the story where you face defeat, but then finish by talking about how you tried again, persevered, took a new approach, etc. and eventually achieved a big victory. Alternatively, finish by saying what you've learned, how much stronger it has made you in x category, or how you always use this as a reminder to do x.

The key here is to turn your defeat into a victory at the end. So, reach the climax of the story where you face defeat, but then finish by talking about how you tried again, persevered, took a new approach, etc. and eventually achieved a big victory. Alternatively, finish by saying what you've learned, how much stronger it has made you in x category, or how you always use this as a reminder to do x.