Think about the sort of personality you have, what types of people you get along with and your goals and aspirations.
Everyone in this world is unique in their own ways.
One's personality is something that does not change which makes one unique and special.
For instance, if you're 17, you might introduce your age by saying: "We moved into this squat brick house 15 years ago -- two years after I was born." You can also use a picture of yourself -- a literal self-portrait -- as an image to begin your essay.
Find a picture of yourself from your past, and describe what that picture shows about you.
To make your essay engaging, pick an area that challenges you.
For instance, you might write about how you try to form new friendships despite your anxieties, or how you commit to your convictions even if it brings you into conflict with others.
As now, I am a student in school, therefore I do my homework every single day and study for what I have learned at home.
I also pay attention in class most of the time as well. At home, I am a child, so I respect my parents and help them to do house works, such as doing laundries and washing dishes.
The body of your essay should explore the aspects of yourself you decided to write about.
For each aspect, pick two or three events from your life and write a paragraph for each.