Autobiography is compiled independently, in any form. But often we don't know where to start when we write about ourselves. What to tell, what to pay attention to, what will be important for the paper that will be required in the military registration and enlistment office?
It would seem that we all know about ourselves, and that's enough. But sometimes we need to tell other people about ourselves. When does this happen? For example, when you apply for a job, enter an institution, or you need to write about yourself for a military enlistment office. What do you need to say about yourself in your biography for submission to the military registration and enlistment office?
First of all, in any autobiography you need to indicate the last name, first name, patronymic, date and place of birth. For example: "I, Ivanov Petr Sergeevich, was born on 02.02.1982 in the city of Samara."
Then you need to enter information about your family (parents, brothers and sisters). For example: “My parents have a higher technical education. They constantly work for a state-owned defense enterprise. Our family is large (three children). I have two underage brothers."
If your parents are disabled, retired or war veterans, write about it.
Then you should write which educational institution you graduated from, when you entered to study and how much you studied. For example:
In 1989 he entered the 1st class of the secondary school № 21 g. Samara, where he studied for 11 years.
It is worth pointing out the successes during training, note your participation in subject Olympiads, in sports competitions, report on the circles and sections that you attended.
When writing your autobiography, pay attention to the priorities in academic disciplines (which subject at school seemed especially interesting) and your achievements. If you hold the title of Candidate Master of Sports or Judo Belt, etc., please check this. For example: “While studying at school, I was especially fond of sports, participated in city-level competitions, military field camps, won prizes (indicate for what and when)”.
In your autobiography, you need to inform about your relationship with the team during training, that you are a non-conflict person, easily make acquaintances with new people (adapt in society), or vice versa.
If you have continued your studies after graduation, please indicate this. Do not forget to note any situations related to your health condition (if any) in your CV. For example, you have had operations, injuries, etc.
If you graduated from a driving school and are eligible, please indicate this (do not forget to indicate the category). Perhaps you have a culinary education (college, courses), mark this in your autobiography.
Write if you have ever been brought to the police, if you were registered as an inspector for juvenile affairs at school, and if you have bad habits. You can communicate your preferences. For example: "I am fond of technology, I know the structure of the car, I can fix problems in the car."