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    What interview questions do you really struggle with?

    I have a lot of experience at interviewing and it is surprising how many people struggle with the opening question on an interview which is usually something like:

    'Tell me what makes you suitable for this role'?

    The reason for this is because it is a massive question and there are multiple answers that you could give. Although there is no "correct" answer to this question, it is my real strong opinion that you will impress your interviewers more if you structure your answer correctly.

    If you had to summarise the requirements of the job in just 3 key points what would these be? Now, when you give your answer summarise your relevant experience for the job with reference to these areas. Don't talk generally, but try and demonstrate through relevant examples what experience you have that ticks these boxes. By focusing just on these 3 key job requirements, you will be better able to structure your answer for maximum effect.

    It goes without saying that you will need to spend some time before your interview thinking about what these top 3 areas are but this should be reasonably clear from the job description and job advert.

    What other questions do people struggle with?
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    Walk me through the first 5 things you would do if you got this job.
    I think that question would be pretty hard to answer if you're fresh and do not have any internal knowledge about the industry. Researching really helps a lot, and so does experience. People will find this question easy if they have experience already, thus will impress the interviewer.

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    the other question is "why you want to leave that leave?"

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    Do Not Panic To Answer This Worst Interview Question

    There are many latest job vacancies in IT careers and in every interview the candidates will face this worst question and do you really want to know what it is then you must go through this blog.
    Most of the candidates would have attended lots of interviews and one the first and the foremost question which is worst enough to experience is “Tell me something about yourself”. Most of them avoid this question.

    It can take a long for the candidate to answer this question and provide the interviewer with suitable and attractive answers. So here is the top 5 reason why they want to ask such a question.

    Asking such a question will let the interviewer know how much the candidate knows about oneself

    For making the candidate feel comfortable, this has been the standard first question.

    By the way the candidate answers the question will show their preparation for the interview.

    If they can answer such a tough and thought provoking question intelligently then they will be hired.

    Finally the inteviewer will come to now about the nature of the person.

    There are many candidates even today who find it very tough to answer this question and now a days even behavioral interview becomes the style of choice.

    Here are few reasons why the employers or the inteviewers still use them:

    Self awareness: The candidate should be well aware of themselves, where they stand and what can they do for the company with reference from the past. Their areas of interests, the field they need to groom, etc. Preparing for such a question helps them to know more about themselves and what they want to do. But for some people answering such a question would be silly as everything would be mentioned in the CV, so why verbal explanation?

    How will the candidate feel comfortable? It is a very difficult question to answer and most of the candidates don’t know how to start or how to make it more interesting? There is no right or wrong answer for this question. It is just the way you put it out matters.

    People who are looking out for career opportunities and jobs without experience must read this blog.

    Also Read : Why Should We Hire You?

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    When the interviewer says.
    "Are there any questions that you would like to ask me".
    I can never think of anything.


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