Keep the Bio Brief
You want to give someone a sense of your personality, but you also want to retain a sense of mystery, so don’t give everything away. Looking at my bio, Sameera thought it was good because it was short, but gave a basic sense of who I am and, again, made it easy for someone to message me based on the information I provided (“What kind of jazz do you like?” What’s your favorite whiskey?”).
She did, however, suggest I remove “Oxford graduate” because it sounds boastful and that can be a turn-off to people. She suggested I let men figure out I’m smart by talking to me instead of spelling it out for them. In general, she advises people avoid listing their degrees, accomplishments, and education.