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7 Best tips for a successful interview!

  1. First and foremost Body Language, avoid quirks.
  2. With speaking through interview, the less is always the more, be to-the-point, concise, witty, up-beated but totally focused.
  3. Dress appropriately as first impression is the last impression.
  4. Punctuality is never ever ignored by anyone.
  5. Have a thorough background study of the organization you are giving interview. Do a little research on the Employer/Hiring Manager/Recruiter.
  6. Review common interview questions and prepare yourself for on the spur of the moment responses.
  7. Sell yourself throughout and close the deal.

General FAQs

  1. Tell me about yourself.
  2. Where do you see yourself in five years?
  3. Are you willing to relocate?
  4. Are you willing to travel?
  5. Are you willing to work overtime?
  6. What book are you currently reading?
  7. What is the last movie that you saw?
  8. What are your hobbies and interests outside of work?
  9. What do you like to watch on television?
  10. What jobs did you have as a teenager?
  11. What is your greatest strength?
  12. What is your greatest weakness?
  13. Do you work better alone or as part of a team?
  14. Do you consider yourself to be organized? Manage time well?
  15. Are you a risk-taker?
  16. Are you a self-starter?
  17. How do you react to criticism from supervisors?
  18. How well do you handle change?
  19. What types of people do you have trouble getting along with?
  20. Why should we hire you?
  21. What reference books do you use at work?
  22. Have you ever held a position that wasn’t right for you?
  23. What is your most significant career accomplishment?
  24. Are you comfortable working for a large company?
  25. Are you comfortable working for a small company?
  26. Why have you changed jobs so frequently?
  27. Tell me what you do on a typical day at work?
  28. Why do you want to leave your present employer?
  29. What did your last supervisor criticize most about your performance?
  30. Have you ever been fired or asked to resign?
  31. What salary are you expecting?
  32. Why should we pay you the salary you’re requesting?
  33. What do you know about our company?
  34. Why do you want this position?
  35. Why do you want to work for this company?
  36. When can you start?
  37. What is your commitment to this job?
  38. How long do you think you will work for us?
  39. Do you anticipate problems or just react to them?
  40. How do you handle (resolve) problems with co-workers?
  41. Are you considering offers from other employers?
  42. Is there anything else about you I should know?
  43. What have you heard about our company that you don’t like?
  44. What aspect of this job appeals to you the least?
  45. Who are your references?
  46. May I contact your references?
  47. Will you take a lie-detector test?
  48. How do you feel about air travel?
  49. Have you ever owned your own business?
  50. How is your health?
  51.  What do you do to maintain your health?
  52. Do you have any physical problems that may limit your abilities?
  53.  How old are you?
  54. Are you married or single (separated or divorced)?
  55. How many children do you have?
  56. Are you planning to have (more) children?
  57. What is your religion?
  58. Have you ever been arrested?
  59. What is your nationality?
  60. Do you have any questions?

FAQs For Manager’s Posts

  1. What is in your opinion management?
  2. What kind or type of management style you believe is most effective?
  3. Are there any experiences that have influenced your management style? If yes then what?
  4. How many co workers have you fired and why?
  5. What is the best strategy to keep your co workers motivated?
  6. Who have you patterned your management style after?

Interview FAQs For Fresh Graduates

  1. Why did you decide to attend X College? How was your experience?
  2. What inspired you consider in choosing your major?
  3. If you had it to do over again, would you choose the same major?
  4. How has your schooling (internships) prepared you for this position?
  5. What was your favorite course in college and why?
  6. Did you thing your college experience change you?
  7. Do you intend to further your education?
  8. Why were your grades not very good in school/College?
  9. Why didn’t you participate in internship programs while in school?
  10. Why are you applying for a job unrelated to your internship experiences?
  11. Why are you applying for a job not related to your degree?
  12. What extracurricular activities did you participate in?