1. Do you generally speak to people before they speak to you?
depends on the circumstances.
2. What was the last book you read? Movie you saw? Sporting event you
对策：Talk about books, sports or films to show that you have balance
in your life.
3. What is the toughest part of a job for you?
对策：Be honest. Remember,
not everyone can do everything.
4. Are you creative?
对策：Yes. Give examples that relate to your current
5. How would you describe your own personality?
对策：Balanced is a good
word to use, but remember the type of company you are interviewing at. Some
companies may want someone who is aggressive and a go-getter.
6. Are you a leader?
对策：Absolutely! Cite specific examples using your
current job as a reference point.
7. What are your future goals?
对策：Avoid, "I would like the job you
advertised." Instead, give long-range goals.
8. What are your strengths?
对策：Present at least three and relate them to
the company and job you are interviewing for.
9. What are your weaknesses?
对策：Don't say that you don't have any. Try
not to cite personal characteristics as weaknesses, but be ready to have one if
the interviewer presses. Turn a negative into a positive answer: "I am sometimes
intent on completing an assignment and get too deeply involved when we are
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