Your answers should be communicated as if you’re conversing with a friend while keeping your responses relevant to the position and company you are applying to.
Tell me about yourself.
*No, not about what movie you watched last Friday night. Talk about some professional experiences and achievements you have had in your career so far.
What are some of your strengths?
*Do not gloat! Talk about how your strength applies to the position.
What are your weaknesses?
*One way to do this is to turn a weakness in your personal life to a positive in your professional!
Why should we choose you over the other candidates?
*Focus on how you see yourself being an asset to the company.
Why are you looking to move from your current company? OR Why did you leave your last job?
*Answer as truthfully as possible. Do not bad mouth your last manager, your boss, your old company (It is unprofessional.)
Where do you see yourself a few years from now?
*Again, keep it career-focused and show passion in the company/job.
Do you have any questions for me?
*YES. The answer is yes, followed by one or two questions you have prepared for that interview.
Tell me about a time when there was a conflict in the office.
*The answer needs to have a conflict resolution and how you contributed to the solution.
How do you handle workplace stress?
*They want to know how you can handle pressure or stress.
How do you prioritize assignments/work?
*They want to know how you are at time management.