Types of Interview Questions

Of course, how would you forget that day? That was the day when you understood what a sweaty palm is. Being in the hot seat in front of someone who would ask you questions that would determine an important factor of your future is a big pressure.

There are easy-go-lucky questions that you could definitely answer with a seal of a kiss but there are those heart-pounding queries that would definitely make you dive the great ocean of nothingness in search for answers.

Bitterness check questions

When you are applying for a job, your job experience would definitely be a factor and the interviewee would definitely ask you about your past job/s or the current ones. Questions like, “why did you leave your job?” should be answered with brains. Never let your emotions rule and you may just say something that would sound like you are bitter. For example, the interviewer asks you about your past job, you do not have to say something against your ex-boss. When you do so, the interviewer would sense that you are being bitter, pushing the blame to others.

Makes you weak questions

There are questions like: “Why do you think we must hire you?” is something common but what if someone asks you “What is your biggest weakness?” you would surely be at pause. How to answer that? You have to stress that you are not considering your self that weak but you accept the fact that there are portions of you that are not that strong compared to the rest but you have to post an assurance that these weaknesses will not be a hump.

Strictly facts questions

Interviewers would ask you if you have tried some jobs or you have an experience on something about this activity. They would even let you demonstrate. For these questions, you just need to be honest as possible.

Carry these reminders and beat those kinds of questions!

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