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Interview Questions that are likely to be asked

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During an interview, a lot of questions could be asked. Most of them are picked from the Curriculum Vitae (CV) you submitted for consideration whilst the rest could be a general question about your skills, goals, achievements, and positive effects you (Employee) can impact in the new company.

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Below are some of the likely questions that can be asked.

Question: What can you tell us about yourself?
Answer: Introduce yourself briefly and mention your strengths e.g. your major achievements, skills, and how prepared you are for the interview.

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Question: Why do we have to employ you?
Answer: Explain why you see yourself as suitable for the job.

Question: Why do you want to leave your present employment?
Answer: Do not give a negative report about your present job. Just give a positive reason why you want to join them.

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Question: What is your major weakness?
Answer: Everybody has a weakness. Mention yours and say what you are doing to overcome it.

Question: What is your long-range objective?
Answer: Talk about plans to improve your academic and professional competence and how you will use these to improve your work/ how the company will benefit from your higher qualifications.

Question: How much do you want us to pay you?
Answer: Do not quote any specific figure/amount. You can ask them to pay you per their salary structure.

Question: How would you describe yourself in one word?
Answer: You know yourself to be hardworking, responsible, etc. A one-word answer is required.

Question: Are you a team player? Or can you work with others in a group?
Answer: Yes, then give an instance where you have worked effectively with others.

 

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Interview Questions that are likely to be asked

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During an interview, a lot of questions could be asked. Most of them are picked from the Curriculum Vitae (CV) you submitted for consideration whilst the rest could be a general question about your skills, goals, achievements, and positive effects you (Employee) can impact in the new company.

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Below are some of the likely questions that can be asked.

Question: What can you tell us about yourself?
Answer: Introduce yourself briefly and mention your strengths e.g. your major achievements, skills, and how prepared you are for the interview.

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Question: Why do we have to employ you?
Answer: Explain why you see yourself as suitable for the job.

Question: Why do you want to leave your present employment?
Answer: Do not give a negative report about your present job. Just give a positive reason why you want to join them.

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Question: What is your major weakness?
Answer: Everybody has a weakness. Mention yours and say what you are doing to overcome it.

Question: What is your long-range objective?
Answer: Talk about plans to improve your academic and professional competence and how you will use these to improve your work/ how the company will benefit from your higher qualifications.

Question: How much do you want us to pay you?
Answer: Do not quote any specific figure/amount. You can ask them to pay you per their salary structure.

Question: How would you describe yourself in one word?
Answer: You know yourself to be hardworking, responsible, etc. A one-word answer is required.

Question: Are you a team player? Or can you work with others in a group?
Answer: Yes, then give an instance where you have worked effectively with others.

 

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