Saturday, March 23, 2013

The Best Way to Answer the Question

While going for an interview you don't have any clue about what type of questions you will have to answer in your interview. You have to prepare yourself for all sorts of questions so that you don't miss out a single question in your interview. Though you have no idea about which questions the interviewer will ask you, you are always aware of the most common interview questions. So, you can prepare the answers to these questions by referring the various books and guides on sample interview questions in order to crack the job interview successfully.

Tell Me about Yourself question Answers
Out of the lot of most common interview questions, the most popular and frequently asked question is “Tell me something about yourself?”. There are n number of ways to answer this question. Let us have a look at some of the best ways to answer it.

Remember that while describing yourself in an interview keep the answer always in a relation to the job. Though the employer is asking personal questions, they are still all related to "what can you bring to the company?" So, try to include adjectives like reliable, loyal, etc. In your answer and make sure that you back these words with realistic examples. The most important thing is to make sure you boil it all down to presenting the answer in a way that it matches the things the employer is looking for.

Here are some more words of wisdom on the same. Think about the kind of qualities which as a person you would like to include working in this organization and convey that to your employer. The best advice I will give to a job seeker is always aim as high as you are assured of your capability and try to convey that you are willing to learn and improve through experience. See yourself as a commodity and make sure that you are honest about your capabilities. If you don't know how to do something, or you are new to a particular thing then say that you don't know. But let the employer know that you are capable of learning it by giving an example of something similar you learned to do at some point of time in life.


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