8 Most Frequently Asked Questions in an Interview

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Interviews may be stressful situations, especially if it’s your first interview. A little practice and planning never go to waste. An important hack is to remain calm and be confident about your answers no matter how scary the interviewer may seem.

While we can’t predict what an interviewer will ask, here are 8 common interview questions that are asked in every interview.

  1. Tell me about yourself

This is the question with which most interviews begin. You commonly answer with your full name and education or your recent professional experience.

  1. How did you hear about this job?

You answer this question simply by telling them whether you heard it through a friend or applied through a website. It’s just a simple question.

  1. What was your last experience?

You elaborate on your past professional experience or designation that is most relevant to the position you are applying for.

  1. Why should we hire you?

Elaborate on your strength and your unique set of skills that makes you stand out.

  1. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?

Ne candid about your response and answer honestly. No need to sugarcoat anything. You can also mention growing your expertise in the same organization. 

  1. How well do you handle pressure / stressful situations?

Normally this question follows a situation as an example of the sort of pressure you may have to face. Be mindful of your capabilities while answering this question.

  1. What is your biggest strength and weakness?

Most people practice answering this question beforehand as it can be a tricky one to answer. Better to give it a deep thought yourself and be clever while you answer.

  1. What are your salary expectations?

It’s better to do your research on what other organizations are paying for the same designation. It will help you further bargain your package.

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