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    اهم اسئلة المقابلات باللغة الانجليزية وكيفية الاجابة عليها

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    تاريخ التسجيل : 29/01/2011

    اهم اسئلة المقابلات باللغة الانجليزية وكيفية الاجابة عليها

    مُساهمة من طرف المؤسس في الثلاثاء 09 أغسطس 2011, 10:10

    The
    following are the most common questions asked during an employment
    interview. This will help you to get ready for a winning interview.

    1. Tell me about yourself.
    Keep
    your answer short and focused on your professional life. This is not
    the time to bring up relationships, childhood experiences, family etc. A
    brief history of education, career and special interests is what is
    called for here. End it with why you are interested in this particular
    job.
    2. Why are you applying for this particular job?
    Show
    interest and demonstrate that you have researched the job and know what
    you are getting into. Bring up evidence from past work/ studies that
    supports your interest in this role and any skills you have
    acquired
    in preparation for the role. You can say something like 'I would like
    to work for a leader in innovative network and telecommunications
    solutions and my college degree in computational mathematics has given
    me a solid background for this role. Mention the value-added you can
    bring to the job.


    3. What do you know about our company?
    Indicate
    what you have learnt from your research activities - from their annual
    reports, newspapers, word of mouth, other employees etc. Use this to
    flatter them and show that you have done your homework.


    4. What makes you qualified for this particular job?
    Again,
    explain that you are very interested in the job and demonstrate what it
    is about your past experiences, education and qualifications that makes
    you ideal for the job. Show enthusiasm and support your answers with
    evidence wherever you can (eg. my summer internship at Citibank gave me
    broad exposure to the area of equity analysis and I think I can apply
    many of the tools I learnt there in this job). Elaborate on all the past
    experiences and skill sets that make you suitable for the job.
    In cases where your past experience is not directly relevant, you can
    still find elements of it that can be useful. Play up teamskills,
    computer skills, leadership roles, specific courses and independent
    research activities that can be useful to the job at hand to show your
    initiative even where you don't have directly relevant job
    experience.


    5. What can you do for us that someone else can't?
    Demonstrate key strengths, skills and personal characteristics.


    6. Why should we hire you?


    See
    3. Because you have all the experience/ traits/ credentials
    demonstrated in 3 and in addition to being qualified, you are
    enthusiastic, intelligent, hardworking, flexible and willing to learn.
    Also mention any key relationships you may have that may assist you in
    the job.


    . What do you look for in a job?


    Be
    honest. Also mention keywords such as challenging, steep learning
    curve, good work culture, demanding, rewarding, opportunities for
    advancement and growth, team environment, opportunity to build and
    maintain client relationships etc.


    8. Why are you looking to make a career change?
    however
    insignificant that can support your move in this new direction. It is
    quite common in this day and age to make a career switch. You need
    however to show that you have very carefully thought about the change,
    have a strong interest in the new career and can use some of your
    previous skills/ education/ relationships to make that move.


    9. Why did you leave your last job?
    Do
    NOT use this as an opportunity to badmouth past employers or peers or
    talk about a failure of any sort. Any of these answers are acceptable:
    you were looking for a new challenge, your learning curve had flattened
    out in the previous job and you were looking for a new learning
    opportunity, the
    company or department were restructuring, you were ready to start
    something new after achieving your career goals at the previous company
    etc
    .


    10. Why do you want to work for us (as opposed to the competitor companies)?
    Demonstrate that you know something about the company, that you believe they are leaders/ innovators in what they do, or youthink
    their work culture is exactly what you are looking for, or you like
    their product(s) or you have friends who work there and have always been
    attracted to the company etc. Flatter the company and show you know
    something about it.


    11. How long will it take you to start making a meaningful contribution?
    Show
    that you are enthusiastic and willing to learn and will put in all the
    hours and effort necessary to learn the ropes and start making an
    immediate contribution. Indicate that your past experiences/ skills/
    credentials
    will enable you to make an immediate contribution at some level while
    you quickly learn all new aspects of the job. An Interviewer wants
    someone who is willing and able to learn and will make a return on his
    investment sooner rather than later.


    12. What are your strengths?
    See
    14 below. In addition, keywords such as good teamplayer, work very well
    under pressure, very creative, very strong quantitative or computer
    skills, and very strong client relationship skills may be appropriate
    depending on your chosen field.



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    3. What are your weaknesses?


    Do
    NOT mention key weaknesses here. This is not the place to say you are
    bad at meeting deadlines or you never mastered highschool mathematics
    etc. Turn this question around to your benefit. For example, you are
    'overambitious' or 'extremely attentive to detail' or 'like to take on

    too many projects'. Make it sound positive.
    14. What are your career goals?
    Show you have thought forward and are committed to your career.


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    5. How would you describe yourself?


    Any
    of these are good examples of attributes employers are looking for:
    intelligent, hardworking, quick to learn, enthusiastic, honest,
    efficient, productive, ambitious, successful, compassionate (in the
    medical fields).


    16. How would your colleagues describe you?
    Do not bring up anything negative here


    17. How would your boss describe you?
    They will check references anyways so bring up the most positiveattribute you can think of about yourself eg hardworking, honest etc. and leave it to your Boss to say anything to the contrary.


    18. What did you most like/ dislike about your past job?
    Do
    not use this to badmouth past jobs/ employers. Keep it light and in
    your favour (e.g., I outgrew the job, there wasn't a clear career
    progression, I wasn't learning anything new etc). Ideally, you will have
    loved your last job and would like to achieve the same kind of success
    and job satisfaction in a more challenging area as you have now
    'outgrown' that job and are ready for 'new challenges'.


    19. Describe a situation in your past where you showed initiative?
    You
    could describe any new methods you came up with to do your job or to
    save money for the company or to turn around a bad situation. It can be
    something as simple as changing a filing system, or establishing a
    relationship with a vendor that saved your department a lot of money. If
    you are in sales, you may want to talk about how you brought in that
    big account. Creatives may talk about how they came up with that
    cutthroat image or design that brought in the business.



    20. What were your main responsibilities in your last job?
    Have
    these ready and list them all. Dwell on the ones that are most relevant
    to the new job. This answer should be smooth and practiced
    .


    21. What do you consider your greatest accomplishments?
    Many
    of us have one or two milestones in our career that we are very proud
    of eg. that early promotion, that 'huge' deal we brought in, the design
    we came up with, the costs we saved, the revenues we increased, the
    people we trained, a new invention or process we came up with etc.
    Examples of accomplishments may be: 'Reduced costs by X%; or renamed and
    repositioned a product at the end of its lifecycle, or organized and
    led a team to do XYZ, or achieved sales increase of X% etc. If you are a
    fresh college graduate, talk about extracurricular activities,
    leadership roles and grades.



    22. Describe your management style (if relevant)
    No answer


    23. Do you work better in teams or independently?
    Show
    that you are a proactive teamplayer and like to bounce ideas off others
    and get input; however you are very capable of working independently
    (give examples).


    24. How do you work under pressure?
    Well. Give evidence.


    25. What other jobs have you applied for?
    Don't
    mention jobs in different career directions (eg advertising and
    investment banking). Do however bring up any other offers or Interviews
    from competing firms
    .


    26. How did you do in college?


    Keep it positive. It's okay to say you were very busy making the most of
    college and were very involved in sports, activities, social life etc.
    Employers want human beings not robots. Mention the areas you did very
    well in even if it was just one or two courses you excelled in. They
    will check for themselves.


    27. What kind of hours would you like to work?
    Employers
    want to see flexibility. Indicate you are willing to put in whatever
    hours are necessary to finish the job. Do however mention any
    constraints you have eg. you would like to be home to pick your kids up
    from school at 3:30. Most employers are willing to work around your
    constraints if you show flexibility on your side as well.


    28. Do you have any questions for me?
    YES
    you do. Questions engage the Interviewer and show your interest. Ask
    questions that show you know something about the company or the job,
    that you are planning ahead, that you are anxious and willing to learn
    the ropes and that you are committed to the position. See Questions to
    Ask the Interviewer for examples.



    1-At( aa) Group a great deal of work is done in project teams - tell us
    about a time when you worked in a team. What was your role? What
    challenges did you face? Pay attention to how you influenced the outcome
    and operated as an effective team member.

    2-On the (aa) you are given real responsibility from day one and each
    placement is what you make of it - describe a recent situation where you
    have demonstrated initiative and motivation. Think about when you have
    acted to improve, change or develop something.

    3 -(aa) Group operates in a challenging global environment, across
    different cultures - tell us about a time when you have used your
    influencing skills to achieve a specific aim. Think about how you
    approached the issue, what you actually did and how you affected the
    outcome.

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