Boston, if you still haven't completed it yet, I would say, don't over think it. They just want to know that you are not a one dimensional person just looking to get a degree. For example you could be great at a sport, and/or music or dance, and be really strong in writing or science or math. YOu might also have something unique about you..speak a foreign language, have a special needs person in the family, or went on a mission trip and loved it ...Take those three or four things and explain how you might continue to pursue them through classes, foreign study, community service, joining a team or ensemble. No one expects you to show how you will connect them all into an interdisciplinary major or future job. They just want to know that you will take advantage of the incredible resources and opportiunities that UDEL offers, and that you are not one of those duds that does the minimum to get by and plans their life around the next kegger.