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COMMON INTERVIEW QUESTIONS FOR GRADUATES
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COMMON INTERVIEW QUESTIONS FOR GRADUATES
1.Tell us about yourself?
The interviewer is nothing interested in
hearing stories; they simply expect to
know your academic and professional
achievements, your name and the
institution you currently work for.
Take three minutes to introduce
yourself, and state your recent
academic qualification and your
relevant experience.
2.
Why do you think you are the best
candidate?
The recruiter expects you to tell them
about your professional achievements
and the unique skills you possess that
will add value to the organization.
If you are a Customer Care graduate
then you should tell them that you are
a good listener and patient; these are
the qualities the employer is looking
for.
3.
What are your weaknesses?
The question is not simple as it looks;
most candidates go blank when they
face this kind of question.
Take your time in explaining why you
can’t leave the office before you
complete a task.
You can also inform them how you are
quick to trust a person, which in most
cases makes you a victim.
4.
Where do you see yourself in five
years?
The employer wants to know whether
you are ambitious or you’re the kind
of a person who secures a job and
then you forget about yourself.
Answer the question by stating how
you intend to further your studies and
grow professionally as you strive to
meet your employer’s goals.
5.
How do friends describe you?
The question is testing your personal
attributes, when answering it ensure
that you don’t over exaggerate
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