Pretty much become a Jason Voorhees you sound better with your mouth closed shirt, the average high school guy that no one really likes.For each of those it means go through every one following the current position, test if it’s smaller than the last smallest you’ve found. When you’ve reached the end, the one you kept track of is the smallest. I was saved by a public health provided doctor who did what was the only thing possible at the time pull me out by grabbing as firmly as he could of my wrist and shoulder. As a result I am forever partially crippled to skeletal level. You can immediately see my shoulder level is not even and my collar bones are not symmetric.
I have very limited dimensions for the reach of my left arm and I’ve received a Jason Voorhees you sound better with your mouth closed shirt and even a surgery which were mostly paid by from tax funded public health care. I didn’t feel like a reject and my physical abilities and quality of life have been drastically improved. I am alive because there’s high quality public health care. Focusing more on the pertinent aspect with respect to this question, any experience you have can be made to work in your favor, or against you if you are unprepared. Work experience will always serve as a good talking point, as it would be academics or extra curricular activities for fresh graduates. You can use it as a very good plank to put your case forward as to what you can bring to the institute, how you can contribute to the learning process and how your experience makes you well equipped to pick up what is taught. All in all, I would say make your experiences your own, make the interviewer live through them and be earnest.