- Tell us something about yourself
This question almost gives an idea about yourself. Employer analyzes you for your confidence and way of talking. If you are not prepared for this question, you run the risk of failing on the one question that sets the mood for the rest of the interview.
What will the perfect flow of answer to this question? You could start with your educational background, where you’ve been brought up, some little information about your parents. These things should be in a proper framed sentences and flow.
2. Tell us your Weaknesses and Strengths
Your strengths and weaknesses can be anything, no one should ideally have any grounds to question you on. But still, you should portrait it that your strengths can help the company to growth and your weakness never come in the path of growth and you defiantly try to overcome your weakness.
Don’t try to make a story, just make it simple and straight.
3. Where do you see yourself in the coming 5 years?
The best way to answer this question is to talk in a bigger picture and leave it somewhat open-ended. You can explain it in a stage like currently, you want to be a part of the management team as well as you will upgrade yourself. Or you are going to work hard and grow to become more valuable to this company.
4. Why do you think this company is perfect for you?
Always research the company before going for the interview. When you get to know what the company does, and what its values are, you can frame the answer in a way that highlights how only this place can help you grow. How the company will give you the opportunities and an excellent platform to reach the career goal.
5. Why do you think you are a perfect fit for us?
While answering this question, patriate your strengths here. Just be confident in your ability to contribute well to the company growth. Know the company values and emphasize how they resonate with you.
6. What is your salary expectation?
Try to get to know what they are likely to offer before you walk in. As a fresher, sometime employers will probably not even bother to ask. But in case they ask you, know the number and say something close to it.
7. Are you comfortable with late-night or weekend shifts?
The reason behind this question is to analyses your contribution to the company. Depending on workload, companies do need flexible candidates who can handle the pressure at the workplace and work late when needed.
You can answer like, if there is an immediate need or an urgency, you would be ready to work late or you would normally prefer to maintain a work-life balance.
No matter how much you have knowledge related to work, these questions can spoil your job opportunities.