Common Interview Questions
  •  Tell me a little about yourself?
  • This is the most common question asked. Prepare a short statement that you’ve memorized. Limit it to work related accomplishments and try to stick to that which is relevant to the job you are applying for. Don’t give the interviewer your life history. Instead give a summary of relevant facts including experience, education, life situations, that show why you are an excellent choice for this job.
  • A brief summary of your personal details: You have to give your name, where you are from and a brief review of your resume.
  • Education: You should tell the interviewer about your educational qualifications and any relevant miscellaneous educational qualifications that you might have amassed.
  • Professional experience: Standard questions during a job interview are “tell me about your professional experience”. You should share your previous job experiences.
  • Why did you leave you last job or why are thinking of leaving?
    • Always answer positively, never talk about money, and never say anything bad about your current/previous employer. Say like relocated, project ended etc.
  • Tell me what you know about our company.
    • If you did your homework this won’t be difficult at all. A good answer will help you stand out.
  • Why are you interested in working for this Company?
    1. Again make sure you’ve done your research on the company so you can give a solid answer about your career goals and how you can be an asset to the company (skilled matched with experience).
  • What is your relevant experience?
    • Explain how your skills, experience, and education will apply to the position and benefit the company.
  • Have you applied elsewhere?
    • This is your opportunity to indicate you are in high demand. Say Yes and let them know you are looking for the right career move with the right company.
  • Do you work well under pressure?
    • Your answer should be positive.
  • What is your greatest strength?
    • You might be an excellent problem solver, or perhaps you have an eye for detail.
  • What is your greatest weakness?
    • Everyone has weaknesses but turn the weakness into a positive. For example, “I’ve been told I pay too much attention to detail.”
  • What are some of the projects that you handled in the previous job?
    • Give brief description about previous projects. Do not mix together all projects. Explain one by one with location, company name and period you worked

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