General Interview Questions

 
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How ambitious are you? And why do you think you are ambitious?
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Do you think this company is ambitious and if so, why?
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What important goals have you achieved in the past year?
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Do you have any past heroes?
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What is assertiveness?
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Why is it difficult to be assertive?
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Can you explain an occasion when you have had to motivate and boost the morale of your colleagues?
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Have you ever been in a situation, at work, when you have been motivated to question an ethical issue?
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I am a woman and I am not sure its considered feminine to be assertive all the time. Men can get away with it, but not women. Will men in my office hate me if I try to be assertive in the workplace?
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If I m assertive about what I know and what I can do, would not that make me sound egocentric? Should not I be more modest?
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If a clash of personalities were to occur with a colleague, what steps would you take to make the working relationship run smoothly?
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What are the benefits of being assertive?
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If I toot my own horn, as you say, would not people expect me to be great 100% of the time? What if I screw up?
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These questions determine your past behavior which would be a future indicator of employee behavior. Always remember �STAR� which is
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There would be questions on wide range of topics such as:-
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Describe about a situation in which you had to convince your superiors about a proposal and to follow your vision?
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Explain to us about a situation in which you had to fire your friend?
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What was the last goal you reached and how you achieved it?
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What were the changes you brought into your company which were absolutely dynamic for the progress of the company?
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If you are assigned work which is very huge, how do you get it done?
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Give me an example where you had to use logic and judgment for completion of the work?
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Give us a specific example when you had to deal with an angry customer. Explain us about the problem, situation and how you dealt with him?
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A customer is using a product of the rival company how would you convince him to use a product of our own enterprise?
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How would you handle a situation in which you have to manage a branch office because the manager has just left the company and you have a huge work already on you?
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There are thousands of possible careers. Why do you want to follow this particular career?
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Where do you see your self five years from now?
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What are your career goals - both short-term and long term?
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Five years ago - how would you have answered the Interview Question: Where do you see yourself five years from now? Do you think you have achieved what you wanted to?
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Give me an example in which you gave some on-the-job training to your subordinates. Please be as specific as possible
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What procedures do you use to evaluate the ability of your co-workers? What do you do to help your colleagues perform to the best of their abilities?
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Do you think it is important for your colleagues to constantly update their skills? If so, what have you done to help in this matter?
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What do you think are the main factors that normally boost the morale of your fellow workers? How would you incorporate these factors into this organization?
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Describe a time when you helped a co-worker enhance their social skills?
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As a team leader, how can you motivate a colleague who is not interested in working? What can be done to get him/her to contribute to the organization? Give an example if you have done something similar in the past.
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Tell me about a time when you gave coaching sessions, yet the participants had difficulty in understanding the topics you were covering. What did you do?
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Tell me about yourself?
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What do co-workers say about you?
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Do you consider yourself successful?
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What experience do you have in this field?
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Why did you leave your last job?
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Do you know anyone who works for us?
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Why do you want to work for this organization?
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Are you applying for other jobs?
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What have you done to improve your knowledge in the last year?
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What do you know about this organization?
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What is your philosophy towards work?
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Have you ever had to fire anyone? How did you feel about that?
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How long would you expect to work for us if hired?
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Are you a team player?
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What kind of salary do you need?
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Tell me about a suggestion you have made?
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Why should we hire you?
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Explain how you would be an asset to this organization?
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Have you ever been asked to leave a position?
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If you had enough money to retire right now, would you?
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What are you looking for in a job?
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Why do you think you would do well at this job?
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Tell me about your dream job?
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What is your greatest strength?
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What irritates you about co-workers?
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What has disappointed you about a job?
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Tell me about a problem you had with a supervisor?
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What would your previous supervisor say your strongest point is?
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What is more important to you: the money or the work?
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What kind of person would you refuse to work with?
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How would you know you were successful on this job?
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Are you willing to work overtime? Nights? Weekends?
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What motivates you to do your best on the job?
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Do your skills match this job or another job more closely?
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Tell me about your ability to work under pressure?
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Do you have any blind spots?
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What have you learned from mistakes on the job?
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Describe your management style?
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Are you willing to put the interests of the organization ahead of your own?
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Would you be willing to relocate if required?
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Tell me about a time when you helped resolve a dispute between others?
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What qualities do you look for in a boss?
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How do you propose to compensate for your lack of experience?
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Do you think you are overqualified for this position?
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If you were hiring a person for this job, what would you look for?
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Do you have any questions for me?
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Tell me about the most fun you have had on the job?
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What has been your biggest professional disappointment?
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Describe your work ethic?
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What position do you prefer on a team working on a project?
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What steps do you take to establish a rapport with others?
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Describe a time when you took extra effort to make sure the person with whom you were communicating with had really understood your point. How did you do this?
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Tell me about a time when you had to be very careful in communicating delicate information. What was the possible risk involved and how did you go about it?
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Give me an example when you had to present complex information in a simplified manner in order to explain it to someone?
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How do you explain a complex technical issue to someone who has less technical knowledge than you?
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Give me an example of a time when you had to put your point across in a meeting to which most of the people were reluctant to hear?
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How would you define self-confidence?
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How confident are you?
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Tell me about a situation or situations that might demonstrate your confidence to do this job?
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Would your friends describe you as a confident person?
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Do you think there is a difference between confidence and arrogance?
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Tell me about a time when you helped to successfully mediate in a conflict? How did you feel?
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How do you manage to work with people whom you are not comfortable with? What do you do in such situations?
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Tell me about a situation when you were given job instructions and you were unable to comprehend the instructions. How did you go about completing the task?
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Tell me about a situation where you were aware of a serious mistake made by a colleague and what did you do about it?
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Describe a time when you had a disagreement with a colleague at work. How did you manage to work it out?
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Tell me about a time when you had to work through some negativity to get some work done?
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Describe a time when everyone in the meeting was opposing your ideas. How did you manage to work it out?
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How would you handle a conflict between you and higher management?
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Can you give five tips to managing a difficult conversation?
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What are some tips to handle strong emotions in the workplace?
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Tell me do you always double-check your work?
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What Do you think this company is ambitious and if so, why?
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Tell me If a clash of personalities were to occur with a colleague, what steps would you take to make the working relationship run smoothly?
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Tell me What important goals have you achieved in the past year?
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Sho me an example of a situation where you helped your colleague perform a particular task in which you had better knowledge on the subject?
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Explain Have you ever been in a situation, at work, when you have been motivated to question an ethical issue?
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Explain me an example of an assignment that you found difficult to finish? How did you go about it?
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Tell me Is detail important to you? Do you think details should be left to your assistant?
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Can you tell me about a time when you backed off in a meeting because you felt someone else should speak or have an opportunity?
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Tell us about a time when you had to be very careful in communicating delicate information. What was the possible risk involved and how did you go about it?
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Describe and explain a time when you took extra effort to make sure the person with whom you were communicating with had really understood your point. How did you do this?
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Explain Some people believe life is all about ?The survival of the fittest?. Today, others are suggesting, from new biological evidence, that life is in fact all about the ?The survival of the most cooperative?. What do you think?
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Tell me do you have any past heroes?
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Explain What are your career goals - both short-term and long term?
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Explain How ambitious are you? And why do you think you are ambitious?
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Can you tell me about a situation, which you tried to solve a problem with ideas and methods that had not been tried before?
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Tell me about one case when you tried to solve a problem with a totally different approach than is normally used. What was the result?
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Have you ever tried a new way of doing things? Did you succeed?
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How often do you discuss and work with colleagues to think up new systems and styles of working?
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How to make an c editor in Linux using java ,because every time we need to type commands to compile and run?
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Why programming c is powerfull than java?
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What kind of problems have people recently called on you to solve? Tell me what you have devised?
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An engineer wrote a bank exam and cleared it, Manager of that bank asked as you are an ECE student, how will you help in development and growth of this bank?
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What is the difference between Success and Strength?
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What do you mean by motivation? what exactly does a person require to motivate an individual?
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In your work experience, what have you done that you consider truly creative?
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Have you ever faced a situation when you had to take a decision, which did not fall within in your area of responsibility? What decision did you make and how?
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How do you react in a situation where you need to take an immediate decision? What process will you follow for decision making in such a critical situation?
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Explain an occasion where you had to make a decision on your own? Were you happy with your decision making process?
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Have you ever tried to delay any decision-making? What were the consequences of this on both your company and customers?
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Do you always make decisions on your own without the help of others? In which situations do you seek other�s help for decision-making?
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Explain What do you think are the most common excuses team leaders use to not delegate?
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Tell me do you think delegation is a way to dump failure on the shoulders of a subordinate or as a dynamic tool for motivating and training your team to realize their full potential?
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Explain The last time you did not know what decision to make, what did you do?
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Tell me what was your most difficult decision in the last six months? What made it difficult?
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Explain What steps do you take to ensure that the work you delegate is successful?
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Explain What was the last major problem that you were confronted with? What action did you take on it?
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Explain How do you go about making an important decision affecting your career?
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Tell me do you consider yourself to be thoughtful, analytical or do you usually make up your mind fast? Give an example?
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Explain How long would you expect to work for us if hired?
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What steps do you take to ensure that the work you delegate is successful?
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What type of instructions would you give your staff if you decided to delegate?
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Do you think delegation is a way to dump failure on the shoulders of a subordinate or as a dynamic tool for motivating and training your team to realize their full potential?
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What do you think are the most common excuses team leaders use to not delegate?
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What should you assume about your co-workers if you want to delegate successfully?
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Describe a time when you took on additional work to help your team meet a crucial work goal?
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How do you prioritize your work? Give us an example?
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Would you describe yourself as resilient? If so, please give some recent examples?
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Give me an example when you spoke out about something you didn�t feel was right?
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Give me an example when you had to face and overcome strong opposition against you in a meeting?
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Have you ever tried to raise issues and methodologies that you thought may have been unlawful or not in accordance with professional principles?
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Tell me about a time when you had to make an uncertain decision, and there was a possibility of an adverse public reaction. How did you manage the situation?
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Explain the system of maintaining compliance with relevant laws and ethical standards. Do you play any role in it?
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Have you ever faced a situation when you had to take a longer way of doing something in order to adhere to proper professional standards? Tell me more about it?
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How would you manage a situation where you believed that something was not in compliance with professional ethics? Have you ever faced such situation? If so, tell me more about it?
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What would you do if you a saw a valued customer behaving in an unethical manner?
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Explain How would you know you were successful on this job?
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Explain Do your skills match this job or another job more closely?
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Explain Would you be willing to relocate if required?
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Explain Are you willing to work overtime? Nights? Weekends?
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Express all you positive point which can help you get the job.
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Interview can be clinched if you have good technical
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Tell me about your self?
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Why do you want to leave your previous company?
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What are Long term and short term goals and objectives? Explain?
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Where do you see yourself after five years in this company?
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What are your positives and negatives (or) strengths and weakness?
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What do you know about our company and the job position?
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Are you interested in pursuing higher education?
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Explain about your project and the technicalities involved?
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What is your contribution to the project?
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Explain to me a critical logic employed in your project to which you have contribution?
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What aspects in your work place in your previous company needed a change from the routine?
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How better you could have developed your previous projects?
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Tell me an instance when you have felt that you gave lower performance than your original commitment?
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What are your favorite hobbies and interests? What makes them to be your hobby?
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Which work in the world you would do continuously for hours and hours without getting tired of the work?
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Some more frequently asked questions are: -
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Are you ready to go abroad for better opportunities?
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Interviewers generally ask funny interview questions to relax the candidate:-
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Funny interview questions are not only asked by the interviewer:-
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These are some of the funny interview questions: -
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Try to take your own time and answer these questions. Sometimes creativity does pay you so be creative.
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These are some more questions try to answer them. Compare your answers or ask your professors, family members, friends, etc to evaluate it.
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Remember about Funny Questions: -
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Do not forget to ask the interview some questions because he already expects questions from you.
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Generally funny interview questions are not so much prominent as the situational:-
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Group interview is an ideal win and win situation for both the employers and the employee.
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Group interviews are being conducted by many companies and institutions.
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There are two types of group interviews to be precise.
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In the second type a candidate attends to a group of interviewers often greater than two this is also called as panel interview.
Initially you will be observed for
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Some of the important points which you need to do before going to the interview are: -
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Some of the skills which you might be scrutinizing during the process of interview are: -
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Some of the soft skills which you should follow during the interview process are: -
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Some of the interview question which might be asked: -
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Make sure that you have all the topics written out and then prepare on those topics and in general.
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Explain about one of your hobbies in detail?
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Which is the most favorite work which you can do for ever?
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Describe about your self and your technical expertise?
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An interview can fetch a candidate his dream job or can negate his chances of having that job.
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Behavioral questions and situational specific questions are asked to judge:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 1:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 2:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 3:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 4:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 5:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 6:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 7:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 8:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 9:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 10:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 11:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 12:
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How To Answer the Interview Question Tip 13:
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Be prepared for how to answer
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Be proactive for how to answer
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Be yourself for this job
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Be professional for this job
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Be punctual for your career?
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Enter into a state of relaxed concentration.
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Employers should not ask about any of the following, because to not hire a candidate because of any one of them is discriminatory:
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Avoid Before You File a Claim.
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Illegal questions generally fall into 4 categories:
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10 Sample Illegal Questions:
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TIPS ON HOW TO RESPOND TO ILLEGAL INTERVIEW QUESTIONS.
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Example of Illegal Questions
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Example of Personal Illegal Questions
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Example of Illegal Disabilities Questions
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Example of Illegal National Origin/ Citizenship Questions
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Example of Illegal Arrest Record Questions
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Example of Illegal Race/Color/Religion Questions
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Tell me about a time you succeed in overcoming a major obstacle. How did it make you feel?
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Tell me about initiatives you have taken to improve procedures at work? Were you successful? Would you do anything different now?
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Tell me about a time that you undertook a course of study, on your own initiative, in order to improve your work performance?
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Tell me about a time when you found a better way of doing something, which proved to be an improvement on the existing system?
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Has your supervisor ever come to you and pointed out that you had not met some of your tasks at work? How frequently does it happen?
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Tell me have you taken a management development course?
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How are you helping your subordinates develop themselves?
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Explain What kind of books & other publications do you read?
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Explain Why you choose teaching as a profession?
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Explain How do we keep track of things we need to do?
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why you want to go with IT company after done your B.E with Mechanical?
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What has been the most important person or event in your own self development?
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What steps do you take when a customer claims that part of his consignment has not been delivered?
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When a logical approach to a problem is ineffective, how do you come up with a solution?
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When you observe a curious pattern in data, how do you analyze it?
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What do you do when someone elses errors are adversely affecting your project?
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When was the last occasion that you had to make an instant character judgment of a person to come up with a solution to a problem?
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When did you last acquire effective knowledge in your own time and how can you apply this towards your career?
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When was the last time that you volunteered to expand your knowledge at work, as opposed to being directed to do so?
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Explain a recent mistake. What did you learn from it and in what areas can you utilize that knowledge in the future?
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What was the last seminar you attended? How did you apply this new-found knowledge towards your work?
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In which specific areas of your work are you really interested in expanding your knowledge of? How do you intend to achieve this?
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When was the last occasion you asked for direct feedback from a superior or a customer? How did you then use this knowledge to improve your personal performance?
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What is personally fascinating about the areas of your job in which you wish to expand your knowledge?
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Describe an incident when you had to listen attentively in order to act quickly enough to meet a deadline?
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Relate an occasion when you withheld your own opinion, and tried to obtain the opinion of others, and why was this action important?
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Are you capable of getting to the bottom of a situation, when some one is incapable of communicating what they really mean? If so how do you achieve this?
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Give an example of a time when you had to ask direct questions to bring out diverse opinions on a central issue?
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How do you deal with situations when others are finding it hard to communicate effectively with you?
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What do you do when someone is deliberately giving you vague, dissembling, or even obstructive information, which hinders your ability to complete a task?
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How would your mother describe your attitude towards work?
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How do you handle yourself when you feel the world is against you?
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How do you handle a situation where the workload is beginning to be too much and your emotions start to be involved in the situation?
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Have you ever had an occasion when you discovered a strong point in your character, that you did not know you had? Then think of the same occasion, but with a personal limitation?
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Is it useful to be able to quickly and accurately appraise another persons temperament?
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When was the last time you had a project that really energized you?
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What is your general attitude towards life?
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Do you attempt to predict how others will react to a given situation or a suggestion?
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How do you react when asked to do something beyond your capabilities?
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Would you describe yourself as an optimist or a pessimist?
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Tell me about a hurdle which got in the way of achieving an ambitious goal. How did you go about overcoming it?
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Tell me about a time when you willingly volunteered for a task. Also, why were you so interested in this specific task?
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Describe a project you were involved in that really excited you? How long did that feeling last?
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Tell me about a goal you achieved which at some points seems hopeless? Why did you keep going on?
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Describe a work related goal that you have set for yourself?
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Can you tell me at least three things that you have done in the past year to improve yourself, both business-wise and competency wise?
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Tell me about a time when you and your whole team were demoralized for some reason. What do you do to raise spirits?
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Would you regard yourself as a self-starter? Can you give me a recent example where you displayed this quality?
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What skills do use when you need to influence the way other people think?
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Do you need to make your attitude more positive when marketing yourself and your ideas to others?
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When was the last occasion that you had to use your negotiating skills to bring about a resolution that was in everyones best interest?
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When was the last occasion that you were given an assignment to develop your mediating skills, and what was the conclusion?
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Have you had an experience where you realized that you had to be more positive and persuasive when selling you ideas to others? What did you learn from this experience?
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When your credibility is compromised, what steps do you take to rectify the situation?
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Can you tell me about a situation that really tested your patience?
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Most people find it very hard to be patient? How do you manage it?
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Are you a patient person?
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What types of people annoy you?
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�Genius is infinite attention to detail� would you agree with this definition?
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When has personal audacity improved your work performance?
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With reference to a recent teamwork project, what went smoothly and in what areas could the work performance have been improved?
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How do you cope when unexpected obstacles hinder your work?
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At certain times everyone has to work with a person where there is a serious clash of personalities. How do you handle a situation where there is mutual dislike?
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Tell me about a situation where you had an experience that caused you to grow in an unexpected and new direction?
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What are your current career objectives and what steps will you take to achieve them?
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What steps do you personally take when work tasks are falling behind schedule?
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Generally phone interview is used as a screening process for final interview or in face interview.
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Patience level exhibited by recruiters on telephonic interview is minimal if you have
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These defects are prime concern for an interviewer
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There are also benefits with this process to the candidate they are
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When you are attending a telephonic interview
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Some of the things which you should have on your desk are
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Interview determines your career progress and it details about your job prospects. There are some dos and don�ts which should be taken care of during the interview they are
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Explain about your past work experience?
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Explain about all the job responsibilities you have undertaken?
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Explain about the most challenging project you have undertaken?
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Any extracurricular activities you undertook?
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What is your goal after five years from now?
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What do your employers say about you?
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What are all the languages or skills you have with our current opening?
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When you handle a project that requires systematic data acquisition and accurate analysis, what steps do you take?
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What steps did you take on the last occasion that you detected the cause of a company operating error?
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Please give me a specific example of how you obtained information to solve a problem? What was the problem and how did you decide what information you required?
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What is your approach to managing important projects?
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When faced with a work-related problem, what steps do you take to address the issue?
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On the last occasion that you went out of your way to analyze the cause of a problem, how did you proceed?
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What steps do you take when a colleague is impeding your progress at work?
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Tell me are you aware of any of your weaknesses?
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Would like to know if there are any practice test on interview questions and answer?
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Explain How do you evaluate success?
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What is the difference between a programmer and the developer?
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Explain What position do you prefer on a team working on a project?
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Explain What have you done to improve your knowledge in the last year?
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Explain What things frustrate you the most? How do you usually cope with them?
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Explain describe for me a difficult obstacle you have had to overcome? How did you handle it? How do you feel this experience affected your personality or ability?
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Tell me are you applying for other jobs?
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Explain about the most fun you have had on the job?
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Explain Are you a team player?
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Explain What things give you the greatest satisfaction at work?
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Please tell me what about your self?

Please tell me operation executive (insurance) questions?
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Explain If you had enough money to retire right now, would you?
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Explain Do you have any blind spots?
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Explain Do you consider yourself successful?
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Explain What do you think are the most important characteristics & abilities a person must possess to become a successful ( )? How do you rate yourself in these areas?
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Explain What do you consider to be your greatest achievements to date? Why?
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Explain What kind of things do you feel most confident in doing?
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Explain your management style?
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Explain What is more important to you: the money or the work?
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Explain your work ethic?
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Explain What is your greatest strength?
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Explain about yourself?
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Explain Do you consider yourself a self-starter? If so, explain why ( and give examples)?
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Explain How would you describe yourself as a person?
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When interviewer prove you are good manager what is the right answer for candidate?
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What is the difference between a therapist and a counselor?
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Explain How do you set yourself aside from the next?
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Explain What kind of person would you refuse to work with?
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Explain Why you have Switched to MBA after BCA?
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All Candidates need to speak according to the job position they applied?
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Explain Do you think you are overqualified for this position?
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How you would be an asset to this organization?
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Explain Are you willing to put the interests of the organization ahead of your own?
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Tell me why do you think you would do well at this job?
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You know Situational and behavioral interviews are gaining popularity: -
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As a test engineer, tell us your challenges?
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Explain How do you propose to compensate for your lack of experience?
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Explain If you were hiring a person for this job, what would you look for?
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Can you explain why should we hire you?
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Candidates need to speak according to the job position they applied.
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Situational and behavioral interviews are gaining popularity: -
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Before even reading the situational interview questions you need do some homework which is: -
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Details about the project should include these: -
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Situational interviews generally have a concept which is entirely focused on your past
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Some of the situational interview questions are: -
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Outline in very broad terms how you would create a strategy for say, a public interest campaign?
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How would you describe the term strategic thinking?
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As part of the above strategic campaign, why should you carry out a SWOT analysis?
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How should you go about identifying allies as part of any good business or organizational strategy plan?
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As you develop a strategic vision for your organization what are the five key criteria that you should focus on?
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What are the three most common reasons why change in management fails in most organizations?
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When your team encounters a problem, such as irritation with another co-worker, how do you reach a good resolution?
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Have you ever had a role in a team project where your role was not clearly defined? How do you handle this?
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When you receive positive feedback about the completion of a project do you give your team any credit?
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When you are part of a team that is working exceptionally well, what do you think the reasons are for its success?
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When you have worked on a team, and your role was crucial, what was that role? In what way was this team effort different or similar to working on your own?
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When did you last coordinate your work with others in a team project? What was your most successful contribution?
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When you feel that a team is working efficiently, except for the fact that one member is clearly not �pulling their weight�, what steps will you take?
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Have you ever used software to make a work related presentation?
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What is your level of experience with software used in your job? What resources do you use when faced with a PC problem?
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Could your work performance be improved by incorporating new technical knowledge and developments?
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How computer literate are you, and which software programs are you familiar with?
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Give me an example of an assignment, which you have recently worked on, that involved the learning of a new technical development?
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What plans have you in the near future to take extra technical training, and how will it help your career prospects?
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Tell me about a time when it was necessary for you to communicate technical information, clearly, to an audience?
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Steps which you need to follow to get yourself a job are
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When you go to interview at any point in your life first make yourself and the interviewer comfortable.
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Some of the dressing tips for you are: -
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Before going to the interview carry a:-
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Make sure that you are early to the interview so that the interviewer may not be waiting for it.
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Many companies pay you minimum wage but if you feel you are worth more than that may be because of your experience
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Why did you apply for this vacancy?
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What would you learn from this position?
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Questions related to salary expectation?
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Explain about your work schedule can you devout more time?
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How do you handle stress?
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What are your weaknesses? How do you overcome them?
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How do you feel about your current employer?
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A murderer is condemned to death. He has to choose between three rooms: The first is full of raging fires, the second is full of assassins with loaded guns, and the third is full of lions that have not eaten in 3 years. Which room is safest for him?
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A woman shoots her husband. Then she holds him under water for over 5 minutes. Finally, she hangs him. But 5 minutes later they both go out together and enjoy a wonderful dinner together. How can this be?
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There are two plastic jugs filled with water. How could you put all of this water into a barrel, without using the jugs or any dividers, and still tell which water came from which jug?
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A magician was boasting one day at how long he could hold his breath under water. His record was 6 minutes. A kid that was listening said, thats nothing, I can stay under water for 10 minutes using no type of equipment or air pockets, The magician told the kid if he could do that, he had give him $10,000. The kid did it and won the money. Can you figure out how?
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What is black when you buy it, red when you use it, and grey when you throw it away?
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Can you name three consecutive days without using the words Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday?
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This is an unusual paragraph. I am curious how quickly you can find out what is so unusual about it? It looks so plain you would think nothing was wrong with it! In fact, nothing is wrong with it! It is unusual though. Study it, and think about it, but you still may not find anything odd. But if you work at it a bit, you might find out! Try to do so without any coaching!
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You are participating in a race. You overtake the second person. What position are you in?
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If you overtake the last person, then you are?
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(in your head!) Take 1000 and add 40 to it. Now add another 1000. Now add 30. Add another 1000. Now add 20. Now add another 1000. Now add 10. What is the total?
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Marys father has five daughters: 1. Nana, 2. Nene, 3. Nini, 4. Nono. What is the name of the fifth daughter?
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Here are some of the Typical Interview Questions, try to answer them on your own.
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While answering this question it is very imperative that you be honest try not to fake your image.
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Explore some typical interview question.
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When answering these questions you need to have your thought process running.
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If you are an experienced person most questions will be based on your ex employer and the projects you have handled. Some of the questions are as follows: -
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These questions can be answered if you have presence of your mind and thought process running in it.
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There are some more questions on this website which can help you.
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In Microsoft they are using new practices which test the programming skills and analytical ability of the candidates.
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It is always good to prepare questions from the
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These are some of the questions which might be asked during your interview.
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Explore the Unusual Interview Question:-
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There can be many unusual questions the key to answer to these questions is to speak your mind.
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Some questions mentioned here are thought provoking for example in the time machine question it says that you cannot return to the current time and date.
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There can also be technical, mathematical and analytical questions where you have to explain them about it specifically. For example you might have been a question to
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Video interview saves transportation costs and it makes recruiting much more fun.
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For a job seeker it provides a challenge although they are familiar with the technology.
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Although you can have a video conference scheduled in your home
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Some of these tips should help you out during a video interview they are: -
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Technical interviews will test on your technical knowledge make sure that you are
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Some of the basic questions you need to know are as follows: -
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Are you passionate about open content and open source project?
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What do you know about this company, your job opening and explain about the possible job environment?
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State a major problem you faced during the project in detail and explain us how you approached it and solved?
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Are you ready for interview ?
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Do you need interpreter ?
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Why did you choose this institute and how did you find about it ?
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Why did you select this course ? Is it relevant to your previous studies ?
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Why did you select UK for higher studies ? Is not this course offered by any University or college in your country?
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Can you tell me the location of the university/college ?
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What if you get a UK degree here, would you like to go to UK again for higher Studies ?
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What course are you going for ?
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What is the scope of your course ?
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Why are you taking this course ?
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Do you intend to work in UK after completion of your studies ?
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What do you intend to you after completion of your studies ?
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What is you future plans ?
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What benefit will bring this course to you ?
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How much money can you earn after your completion of studies ?
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Do you have any relative or friend in UK ?
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What does your father do ?
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Have you researched your career prospects ?
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Explain What do you know about this organization?
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Explain How do you keep your self professionally updated?
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Explain What are your long range career objectives?
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How did you hear about this job opening?
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Explain How well do you adapt to new working environments?
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Explain how would you summarize your work history & education for me?
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Explain What is the most rewarding part about your job?
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What made you apply for this position?
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Explain What qualities do you look for in a boss?
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What specific benefit has resulted from your efforts to improve your vocabulary and writing skill?
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Can you tell me about a recent writing assignment, what it entailed, and what steps you took to make sure the assignment was correct?
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What processes do you use to clarify your written work and verify its accuracy? Have you developed a precise routine to confirm this accuracy?
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Do you have goals to improve your technical and writing skills in the future?
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When writing business correspondence how do you make sure that the grammar is correct? Do you check for spelling errors?
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What resources do you use when it is necessary to expand and/or correct your vocabulary in a technical sense while you are writing at work?