4 Tricky Interview Questions of All Time – Everyone Should Know

4 Tricky Interview Questions of all time


1) Tell me about yourself?

– The interviewer is looking for how you will benefit their company.

Tips:

i) Keep your answers short and simple.
ii) Elaborate on experiences & goals relating to the applied position
iii) Summarize your resume & talk about transitions in employment.


2) Why did you leave your previous job?

– Understanding how & why you decided to move on from the previous company.

Tips:
i) If you have a job, say you’re “seeking a greater opportunity”.
ii) Got fired? Say that you “parted ways” & change the topic to your accomplishments.
iii) Laid off? Then it’s okay to say it’s recession related.



3) What is your range of Salary?

– Making sure if you are selling yourself too high or selling yourself too short.

i) Always say negotiable.
ii) Find out what others are making w/ the same position
iii) Research, Research, Research..!

4) What are your goals for the future?

– Allows the interviewer to determine if you are a fit for their company.

i) Explain that you want to excel and be known for your skills.

ii) Mention how you see yourself having more responsibilities w/in the company.

iii) Give examples of positive results that you will make.


You can also read other interview tips for freshers:


2 thoughts on “4 Tricky Interview Questions of All Time – Everyone Should Know”

  • G.Himabindu:

    I am mba student so I am just interested in a recruiting jobs

  • Kashish:

    Can u please tell me that i m from punjab and can i give exam of fssai?? Or what

  • Sumayya Umar:

    I am MCA student how can I apply

  • Internship in Indore:

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  • Kavya Suryavamshi:

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