How to Answer The 64 Toughest Interview Questions

1. Tell me about yourself

Keep your answer short and focused on your professional life. This is not the time to bring up relationships, childhood experiences, family etc. A brief history of education, career and special interests is what is called for here. End it with why you are interested in this particular job

2. Why are you applying for this particular job?

Show interest and demonstrate that you have researched the job and know what you are getting into. Bring up evidence from past work/studies that support your interest in this role and any skills you have acquired in preparation for the role. You can say something like 'I would like to work for a leader in innovative network and telecommunications solutions and my college degree in computatational mathematics has given me a solid background for this role. Mention the value -added you can bring to the job.

3. What do you know about our company?

Indicate what you have learnt from your research activities -from their
annual reports, news papers, word of mouth, other employees etc.
Use this to flatter them and show that you have done your homework.



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