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Let’s accept it. Giving interviews sucks. Wearing crisp clothes and telling the interviewer sitting infront of you, how you are a perfect fit for the company confidently, while you are shaking inside is not an easy job.
But don’t worry, because the interviewer was once an interviewee. So even they want you to do well because at the end of the day, they want to hire you. All they are asking, is for you to be prepared. And today, by the end of this video, I am going to get you prepared.
Before we begin, let’s understand this. There are 3 different types of interview questions.
1) Technical 2) Analytical and 3) Behavioural.
If you are applying for I.T. then technical will be about coding, programming etc.
Analytical questions will be like…how many ping-ping bolls can you fit in a Boeing; after you cut a slice from a cake, how will you divide it into equal parts so on and so forth. Through analytical questions they want to know how are your problem solving skills.
And finally, there are behavioural questions. Through these questions the interviewer wants to know …tumne life me kiya kya hai i.e how you’ve handled work situations in the past or about your education.
In my experience around 65-70% of the questions will be behavioural because using them, the interviewer will decide whether you are a good fit for the job or not …and that’s what we are going to nail in this video. So today, we are going to discuss…
1)The 8 most commonly asked interview questions:
a) Tell me about yourself
b)Why do you want this job?
c)What are your strengths and weaknesses?
d)Tell me about a challenge or conflict you have faced at work and how you’ve dealt with it?
e) Where do you see yourself in 5 years? (What are your short-term/long term goals?)
f)Are you planning to have children?
g)Do you have any questions for us?
h)Why should we hire you?
2)We are going to analyse these questions based on a) What the interviewer wants to know b) Common Mistakes we make while answering and c) How to answer this question.
3)But most importantly, towards the end I’ll give you a Bonus Tip for cracking even the toughest of interviews.
I hope you find the video useful. 🙂
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Tell me about yourself: k
Why should we hire you?: Y
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