Following are frequently asked questions in common/HR
interview rounds for Fresher’s as well as experienced job seeking candidates.
1) Tell me a little about yourself.
This is a popular interview question
Following are sample answers
Sample Answer #1
I am Hardik Patel, MBA From MIT Pune. I Complete My Bachelor of Commerce from The
Maharaja Sayaji Rao University of Vadodara. I am 28 Year Old and We are 4
Family Member in My Family. My Father is Business Man, My Mother is Housewife.
My elder brother is working with Airtel as Manager.
Sample Answer #2
I am Harsh Jain, I have more than six years of experience
at top Tele Com Company – Airtel. In a recent company, I led the Marketing Team
of Vadodara Region. I accomplished all target. I am a person that survives in a
fast-paced environment. At the moment, I am looking for a chance to apply my Marketing
expertise and my creative problem-solving skills at an innovative Telecom
Company like this one.
2) Why do you want to work for this company?
This is a popular interview question
3) What would you consider your greatest strengths &
This is a popular interview question.
Remember: Answer 4 – 5 Strength & Only 1 Weakness. Don’t Share
more Weakness If they are asking about weakness then only answer anyone
4) Are you willing to travel?
Yes. I love traveling. Adjusting to new places and
meeting new people would be a delightful experience for me.
5) What motivates you?
is a popular interview question
I am a
very result-oriented person. My primary motivation is to achieve the desired
result. While I enjoy working on the project on my own, I am particularly
motivated by the buzz of working in a team. It’s very exciting working closely
with others, who share the same common goal. I also like to take on the
challenge and rise to that challenge as part of a concerted team effort.
the best solution is, to be honest- you can say money is your motivational
factor, but it should be your last option
things like Job satisfaction, working towards a goal, contributing to a
team effort, or developing your skills. Provide a specific example that
supports your response
for new challenges
for personal development
6) Are you a team player?
Yes, definitely. While I will deny the fact that I can
work independently with minimal supervision, I’m also one companion every
leader would ever want to be in his team. Whatever task is assigned to me, I
make sure it meets and exceeds what is expected of me. I also make it a point
to reach out to teammates whenever needed.
7) What is your philosophy towards work?
I have only one philosophy when it comes to work: every
piece of work, regardless of size, has to be done on time and in the right
8) What have you learned from mistakes on the job?
I learned that without proper coordination, even the
simplest task could cause problems in a project. I had this problem during my
first job. From that time on, I made sure every I think follows every detail
9) Describe your management style.
Basically, my management style comes with promptness and
flexibility. To make sure goals are achieved, I religiously study and make
plans down to the smallest detail. While I do implement a strict sense of being
time bounded, I also add reasonable allowances and make room for contingencies.
10) How would you know you were successful on this job?
Being successful means goals that are set are being met.
Being successful also means standards are not only reached but also exceeded
11) How would you be an asset to this company?
My skills in [key skill for the position] are
outstanding. I have earned a lot of awards and certifications from my past
employers. As an employee, I handle pressure with ease and can work with
12) How long would you expect to work for us in case you
I would like to be in this company for a long time. For
as long as management sees me as an asset, I am willing to stay.
13) Describe your ability to work under pressure.
I understand the nature of this position that I am
applying for quite well, along with the pressure that comes with it. Being
under pressure doesn’t discourage me but motivates me more.
14) Tell me about a problem you had with a supervisor.
I’m sorry, but I can’t recall any instance when I had
such a problem with a supervisor.
15) Why do you think you would do well at this job?
Because I love this job, I feel very confident of myself
and my ability to deliver nothing short of quality output. My years of
experience helped me develop these skills.
16) What irritates you about co-workers?
I always get along fine with my co-workers. I tend to be
open-minded and very considerate.
17) Do your skills match this job or another job more
I feel my skills are best fit for this job.
18) What are your salary expectations?
As of now, I haven’t thought much about it. I’m more
focused on learning the requirements for this position that I am applying for.
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