For a person to succeed in an interview and to come out with flying colours is confidence and the ability to judge what questions the interviewer will put up and how efficiently to answer them. We have compiled a few questions, which are most frequently asked during interviews. By rehearsing interview questions, you'll become more familiar with your own qualifications, expectations and will be well prepared to demonstrate how well you can benefit the company.

Go through the following examples:

" Tell us a little about yourself "
This question is mostly common since it tends to create a friendly atmosphere and makes you comfortable and relaxed. Make a short, organized statement of your education and professional achievements and professional goals. Then give your qualifications for the job.

"Why do you want to work in our company"

When such a question is put to you, you have to demonstrate to the interviewer clearly and with enthusiasm your interest in the company. Share what you learned about the job, the company, its prospects and the industry through your own research and describe how your professional qualifications and skills will benefit the company.

"What are your best skills/qualifications that will help us in our company"

This will be easy if you have sufficiently researched the organization, their job expectations and requirements. If you have then you should be able to imagine what qualifications and skills the company values. List them, and then give examples where you have demonstrated these skills.

"Are you comfortable working in a group or you like working alone"

The ideal answer is one of flexibility. However, be honest. Give examples describing how you have worked in both situations.

"What are your future plans"

When such a question is put to you, you have to show the interviewer that you are ambitious enough to plan ahead. Talk about your desire to learn more and improve your performance, and be specific as possible about how you will meet the goals you have set for yourself.

"What are your hobbies"
By making such a question the interviewer might simply be curious as to whether you have a life outside of work and this also shows that you are less susceptible to stress and have a healthy and happy life. Also the kind of hobby that interests you demonstrates your skills and ability to adjust and work efficiently. For example, hobbies such as chess or bridge demonstrate analytical skills. Reading, music, and painting are creative hobbies. Individual sports show determination and stamina, while group sport activities may indicate you are comfortable working as part of a team.

"Why did you leave your last job"

The interviewer may want to know the reason why you left the last job, i.e., was it because you were facing some problems or for some other reasons. If you did not have any problems, simply give a reason, such as: company went out of business; temporary job; no possibility of promotion; wanted a job better suited to your skills, etc. If you did have problems, be honest. Show that you can accept responsibility and learn from your mistakes.

"What salary are you expecting"
This is a tricky question and the best way out is to wiggle your way out skillfully. You probably don't want to answer this one directly. Instead, deflect the question back to the interviewer by saying something like: "I don't know. What are you planning on paying the best candidate?" Let the employer make the first offer. Also at the same time keep yourself updated with the information as to what the current salary range is for the profession. This information can help you negotiate compensation once the employer makes an offer.

Here are some other job interview questions you might want to rehearse:

Questions about your work experience

What have you learned from your past jobs?
How does your previous experience relate to this position?
What were your biggest responsibilities?

Questions about your career goals

How ambitious are you? How will you judge yourself successful?
What type of position are you interested in?
Five years from now how do you place yourself?
What do you expect from this job?

Questions about your qualifications

 What qualifications do you have that relate to the position you are   seeking in this job?
What new skills or capabilities have you developed recently?
What have been your greatest accomplishments recently?
What is most important to you in a job?

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