I don't really believe in 'interpreting dreams'. What I see mostly in my dreams are things that I have encountered or at least associated with (read, glanced, heard etc). Unless your dreams contain imagery and audio that you haven't even encountered, then that might be something worth interpreting. Based on personal experience, people with more vivid dreams are people who deals with creative work and those with more unsure random stuff are people on the top of my class. (based on 5 people. hehe)
I'm a person who does not dream much, and when I dream, I vaguely remember or I can't remember. Even more strangely, much of my dreams happened when I slept in class. Now that I'm a graduate and have a home based work. I review a lot of equations and I sleep on them when I'm stuck. Silly it may seem, I tell my brain to work on it while I sleep and it works most of the time. One time I dreamed about my work in a The Matrix like environment, flashing equations infinitely fast. I woke up in the middle of the dream, and I was wet with cold sweat, feet cold on a summer.
Tagalog: "Bababa ba?"
English: "Are you going down?"