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  • Kumari

    May 19, 2021 at 10:21 pm
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    Some of the most asked questions in a job interview are
    1. Why did you leave you previous job?
    This question is asked for the interviewer to know about the excpectation the interviewee has from the organisation and what went wrong in the previous work space.
    2. What is you educational background?
    This is often asked to know the institution the student has been part of. It also helps to know about the academic excellence of an individual.
    3. Where are you from?
    This is asked in order to know the background location of the student.
    4. What can you do for the company?
    This question is asked to know the calibre of the candidate and to judge his limits in terms of labour and till what extent can they serve the company.
    5. What salary are you expecting?
    This question is asked to know whether a person is interested in work or is he there only for money. If a person is just for money they won’t give there best and just paas the time.
    6. Where do you see yourself in next 5 years?
    This question is asked in order to the level of labour the candidate is ready to do and how much eager they are to get sucessfull.
    7. What are your weaknesses?
    This question is asked as a person knowing there weakness is the strongest person as they will not allow anyone to take advantage of that.
    8. What are your strengths?
    If the company knows a persons strength they will be able to brush it so that it can be helpful for the company’s growth.
    Other than these the interviewees notice everything,from dressing up to the way of speaking to the behaviour everything counts in a sucessfull interview. Make sure to keep these things in mind and also research about the company before the interview.

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