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In an interview, what is the correct way to introduce yourself?

Some use "myself" and their name, and some use "I'm ___."

I'm confused about what I use.

Please guide me.

marked as duplicate by Andrew Leach May 14 '15 at 7:04

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  • Beginning with I'm is more appropriate, straight and concise. – Eilia May 14 '15 at 6:40
  • More about success in interview at : biginterview.com/blog/2011/09/tell-me-about-yourself.html – Eilia May 14 '15 at 6:42
  • "Myself Andrew Leach" has no verb, so it's very unlikely to be correct. The duplicate covers "Myself am..." which does have a verb but is still wrong. It may be correct in some dialect of English, but you haven't used a tag for a specific regional English. – Andrew Leach May 14 '15 at 7:04
  • @AndrewLeach sir i have read it but my Question is differ form it, i want to know which is more effective way to present introduction in american-english – Garg's May 14 '15 at 7:59
  • Well, I think that question does cover it. This question could be improved by quoting actual examples in the question, rather than describing them -- Some use "Myself Rajat Agarwal" and some use "I'm Rajat Agarwal" -- so that what you are asking about is unambiguous. You also need to edit your question to explain why the answers at the other place don't answer your question here. – Andrew Leach May 14 '15 at 8:06