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Interview Question Answers: Be Prepared for These 12 Tricky Questions

interview question answers

Many interviewers will ask direct interview questions in these areas:

  1. Coping
    Provide an example of a time at work when you knew expectations of you were unreasonable. Was your behavior mature or immature? And how?
  2. Tolerance of Ambiguity
    Explain a time in your professional life when you were successful in dealing with an unstructured work environment.
  3. Problem Solving
    Think of a time when you defined several solutions to a problem. How did you find the solutions and then choose the best one?
  4. Goal Setting
    Describe a time when you followed a systematic process to define your goals and objectives.
  5. Commitment to Task
    Hard work is necessary to achieve any goal. Provide examples of when you had to work hard to reach a goal. Be specific about your achievement.

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Interview Question Answers: Be Prepared for These Standard Interview Questions

These sample interview questions are typical in most job interviews. Know they're coming. Write out your answers and rehearse each one until you sound relaxed and confident.

  1. Tell me something about yourself.
    Prepare a 30-second commercial about yourself that highlights your skills and the value you bring. Tailor this commercial to the job and the company. Remember to use key phrases within this brief monologue. Rehearse this until you know it without thinking about it. Make sure it is almost exactly 30 seconds in length.

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