For example, "In evaluating applicants with a variety of backgrounds and strengths the Admissions Committee assesses each applicant as to what they can contribute to their class. Please describe to the Admissions Committee what you have to offer in this regard." Are they asking for my background and strengths? Or are they asking what I can contribute to their class? Or are they asking what I can add to the diversity of the school? If the question is asking about diversity, I'm a superstandard non-URM upper-middle class male. The only thing I can talk about would be my study abroad experience and international service trips. But I have no idea how to answer if it is asking what I can contribute to the class. My hobbies(dancing, playing guitar, and running marathons) wouldn't contribute to the class unless they are looking for a dancing musician who can run long distances. I am STUMPED. I'm also pretty tired of thinking. Any help would be appreciated.