Frequently asked questions during interviews

In most cases you are attending an interview, you must answer to a set of questions that are very often used by the employer or recruiting agency.If you are not prepared to answer to these questions, it will be difficult to improvise on the spot and meanwhile keep a confident, relaxed attitude.

In most cases you are attending an interview, you must answer to a set of questions that are very often used by the employer or recruiting agency. If you are not prepared to answer to these questions, it will be difficult to improvise on the spot and meanwhile keep a confident, relaxed attitude.

The most effective way to successfully get over this is to prepare before the interview. The following questions will help you prepare, but it is recommended that you take into account the fact that these questions might also be reformulated, so listen carefully and, in case you are not clear, ask.

Frequent questions

  • What are your strong points?
  • What are your week points
  • Why have you applied for this position? Why do you want to work for this company?
  • Why do you look for another job?
  • What are your short term goals?
  • How do you handle stressful situation? Please give us a concrete example.
  • How do you imagine a working day in this position?
  • Why do you consider yourself suitable for this position?

Note done your answers and prepare a script that you can confidently introduce in the interview

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