Many people complain of not getting job after completing college for some number of years.
They recall the number of time they went to several job interviews but never called to start work.
But one thing they have forgotten is weather they are doing things right in that small room with panel.
Normally employers do not put more score on the academic performance(certificate). They want to know what you have to offer the company.
They’ll ask you about lengthy projects you’ve been involved in — how your role evolved, how you handled deadlines, how you handled pressures and difficult personalities.
They’re going to be asking you for details; including names of people, dates, and measurable outcomes. They’ll ask you how certain events made you feel. They’re going to be testing you in lots of different ways .
Are you ready for tough questions like these??
What was the most frustrating experience at your last job?
What was the most satisfying? … Why?
Why have you had so many jobs in such a short period of time?
Can you explain this gap in your employment history?
And then what happened?
Have you ever been fired or forced to resign?
What was your role in your department’s most recent success? Share some examples of how you’ve been able to motivate other people.
Tell me about a time you were asked to make changes at the last minute.
Describe a recent splits second decision you made at work.
How did you do it?
A year from now, how will you evaluate if you have been successful in this position?
Walk me through the steps you took to reach an important long-term goal.
What’s your biggest weakness? … Give some examples of areas where you need to improve.
Describe a change you needed to make that was unpopular.
How did you implement it? How do you go about learning new technical skills?
So … Tell me about yourself.
What have you learned from your mistakes?
What have you done when you had more than one project with the same deadline?
What would your last manager say about you?
Describe the worst boss you have ever had.
Where is that person now?
How much $$$ money do you expect if we offer this position to you?
These and many more questions they will ask to test your competency. SEE ANSWERS HERE
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