Frequently Asked Interview Questions

Frequently Asked Interview Questions

In an interview always remember to sell your self which means that you need to prove to the interviewer that you can give the best to the company. Express all you positive point which can help you get the job. Make sure that you prepare well before hand for the interview so that you don’t give that dumb stare to the interviewer.
Almost 45% of the interview can be clinched if you have good technical skills try to practice and improve on them. Practical knowledge is very important than theoretical knowledge it gives you an edge over your competitors.
These are some of the most frequently asked questions they are: -
1) Tell me about yourself? This question is framed in many different ways try to grasp it.
When answering this question try to keep your answer short and simple. You need to give an introduction about yourself to the interviewer in short. It should cover broadly all your positive points.
2) Why do you want to leave your previous company?
3) What are Long term and short term goals and objectives? Explain?
4) Where do you see yourself after five years in this company?
5) What are your positives and negatives (or) strengths and weakness?
Hint: -Try to answer these questions all by yourself. Make a rough copy on a white paper and then try to get it evaluated by your friend, family members, etc or else you can evaluate by yourself by comparing those answers by the professional answers available on this website.
6) What do you know about our company and the job position?
7) Are you interested in pursuing higher education?
8) Explain about your project and the technicalities involved?
9) What is your contribution to the project?
10) Explain to me a critical logic employed in your project to which you have contribution?
When answering this question you have all right of not answering this question also remind the interviewer if you have any trade or confidentially report agreement with your ex employer. But you can explain about your contribution to the logic decision or the way it was devised with your help etc.
11) What aspects in your work place in your previous company needed a change from the routine?
12) How better you could have developed your previous projects?
13) Tell me an instance when you have felt that you gave lower performance than your original commitment?
14) What are your favorite hobbies and interests? What makes them to be your hobby?
15) Which work in the world you would do continuously for hours and hours without getting tired of the work?
In an interview it is always imperative that you dress neatly. Make sure that you don’t over apply aftershave or perfume, moderate application of deodorant is sufficient. Try to be honest while answering these questions and have a positive body language because interviewers are trained to remove candidates those who cannot fulfill the requirements.
Some more questions are: -
16) How many years would you be working with the company?
17) Tell us in which way you can improve the company and what are the skills you have which can benefit the company?
18) How well can your education skills improve your performance thus benefiting the company?
19) How do you prefer to work with the team or individual?
20) Did you have any conflict in understanding with your direct superiors? How do you manage such kind of situations and give us some real life scenarios?
21) How your health condition is and what are you allergic to?
22) Did you manage a team in absence of your superiors? What lessons did you learn give us some examples?
23) Which is your ideal tourist destination and why?
24) If company gives you a leave what will you do?
25) How many years do you want to work?
(Or)
What would be your ideal retirement age?
26) Are you ready to go abroad for better opportunities?
Remember when answering this question you have two choices or to aptly say two styles of answering.
1) I am ready to go abroad for better opportunities if the company can provide me. I will love to learn the management and technical advancements which can benefit the company.
2) I would give it a second thought. The only reason when I will leave abroad for further growth would be when company sponsors me. I could go abroad for a shorter stint but I have people depending upon me and I cannot leave them as of now.
These are some of the most commonly asked interview questions and it is wise to be ready with the answers for those questions. Think and answer to these questions because a wrong answer can have a very negative effect than a paused answer.

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