The Most Difficult Interview Questions
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The interview most of the times begins with one of the most difficult interview question;
Tell me about yourself.
Now it is your turn to express yourself in the best manner you can. Be prepared for this question. Think about what point of view you can tell about yourself. Divide the information about you in the sections such as personal information, family background, educational background and your objective. The information should be optimum required, as the recruiter can refer at any point of time from your resume. You can say that it is the opening question that helps the interviewer to judge you, or he can plan his questionnaire accordingly.
If you go through the interview tips, you will find the very important tip that, study about the organization, its products, about the policy and the mission etc. The interviewer mostly asks:
What do you know about our firm?
If you are capable enough to explain the question up to certain extent, it is sufficient enough for the interviewer to judge, that you are keen to learn or update yourself as it is mandatory if you want to grow.
Another question the interviewer asks most of the times is that: ……..
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This is the most irritating question they ask despite having resume on their table top, really ridiculous and this is not for fresh employees this is extended even to VPs & GMs.
and if you start telling them your story the Boss gets 5 to more calls and he will ask you to continue by saying these words ” YOU WERE SAYING SOME THING”.? So this is the attentive ness of Top Bosses.gives you the clue to understood the culture & in btw you can find so many guests are also taking part in your interview,where you forget your position and feel like saying” to hell with you”. This is also OK if C M D or Director of the Co asks, but some times this question is asked by HR asst manager to GM operations…..???
15K person questions 150K techno crat…….???
This mail is not to demean any person pl forgive if this hurts, but this is truth..
You are so right Sadashiv. One of my colleagues is living through an organization, where the leadership will fix a meeting, suggest a time and never bother to honor the same. I can see and read his frustration. They will keep delaying the scheduled time, by 10 mins, another 10 mins another 15 mins….. and the meeting will never happen, as if the subordinate is a useless piece of junk…. Well, truth does always hurt.
Michael Wittke LSSYB
Project Management | Maintenance Management
I always suggest getting a little intel on the company before you even apply. Another suggestion, connect with a few employees of the company in the department you are interested in working. Try to determine what the 3 biggest challenges are in the department and the organization and then, craft your elevator speech as to how you are the perfect person to address their issues. Be prepared to back up your statements with examples including figures and or percentages. Remember, you are selling a service…. YOU! =)