|Interview Questions & Answers|
Interviewers ask questions to elicit information from you. That you may already know. But what kind of information are they looking for? They are looking for "any kind" of information that can help them decide whether to choose you or not... over someone else. Don't forget, it's a competitive process. Even if you do well, if another applicant does better, he or she will get the job.
To put it simply, interviewers do not restrict themselves to the substance of your words, but also look at how you convey your thoughts and whether you look sincere. The interview process will also be used to see whether you are a good fit for the organization. After all candidates are interviewed, the impression that you leave behind will probably be the only thing that remains, along with some notes.
A good interview means leaving a lasting impression.
This section lists interview questions and suggested answers. There is no way you can predict what questions you will be asked at an interview. The good news is that you don't need to know. Being prepared for an interview means being ready for the unexpected. It doesn't mean memorizing your answers. That being said, you should be ready to answer some basic questions, such as:
Even if you are not asked these questions, they will inevitably permeate other questions that you will be asked and therefore should be viewed as part of your brainstorming process. Part of preparing for a job interview is reflecting on your values, accomplishments, qualifications and vision for the future. A candidate that has taken the time to reflect on these issues will be better prepared to answer unexpected questions that come his or her way.
Below are some relevant articles to further assist you prepare for job interviews:How to Answer Job Interview Questions
The ability to answer questions properly during job interviews is a skill that needs to be mastered. Answering questions in an interview setting is especially difficult because candidates are on the spot and are scrutinized. The fear of giving the wrong answer too often prevents interviewees from being themselves and answering to the best of their abilities. [ Read more... ]
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