200 Interview Questions You'll Most Likely Be Asked

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200 Interview Questions You'll Most Likely Be Asked is a perfect companion to stand ahead above the rest in today's competitive job market. An Interview is the most crucial of all processes of recruitment as it concludes with either an offer letter or a good-bye handshake. This book is ideal for you if you are preparing for THE interview. It covers the basic to the most infamous interview questions along with proven answers and tricks to mould them in line with your professional career. 200 questions likely to be asked by an interviewer are segregated into 15 pertinent categories namely Creativity, Leadership, Teamwork, Deadlines and Time Management, Dedication and Attitude, Personality, Decision making, Goals, Creative Questions, Customer Service, Background and Experience, Business Skills and Knowledge, Communication, Job Searching and Scheduling and Knowledge of the company. With all these and a software comprising of two full-length Aptitude Tests, you are all geared up for your next big Interview.


Table of Contents
1. Creativity
2. Leadership
3. Teamwork
4. Deadlines and Time Management
5. Dedication and Attitude
6. Personality
7. Decision-making
8. Goals
9. Creative Questions
10. Customer Service
11. Background and Experience
12. Business Skills and Knowledge
13. Communication
14. Job Searching and Scheduling
15. Knowledge of the Company



a) 200 Interview Questions, Answers and Proven Strategies to give specific, impressive, answers that help nail the interviews

b) Dozens of examples to respond to interview questions

c) Includes most popular Real Life Scenario Questions

d) 2 Aptitude Tests Software download available



Sample from the book
(Below Questions and Answers are randomly taken from different pages of the book)


110: Tell me about your worldview.
This question is designed to offer insight into your personality, so be aware of how the interviewer will interpret your answer.  Speak openly and directly, and try to incorporate your own job skills into your outlook on life.  For example, discuss your beliefs on the ways that hard work and dedication can always bring success, or in how learning new things is one of life's greatest gifts.  It's okay to expand into general life principles here, but try to keep your thoughts related to the professional field as well.
111: What is the biggest mistake someone could make in an interview?
The biggest mistake that could be made in an interview is to be caught off guard!  Make sure that you don't commit whatever you answer here, and additionally be prepared for all questions.  Other common mistakes include asking too early in the hiring process about job benefits, not having questions prepared when the interviewer asks if you have questions, arriving late, dressing casually or sloppily, or showing ignorance of the position.
112: If you won the $50m lottery, what would you do with the money?
While a question such as this may seem out of place in a job interview, it's important to display your creative thinking and your ability to think on the spot.  It's also helpful if you choose something admirable, yet believable, to do with the money such as donate the first seventy percent to a charitable cause, and divide the remainder among gifts for friends, family, and of course, yourself.
113: Is there ever a time when honesty isn't appropriate in the workplace?
This may be a difficult question, but the only time that honesty isn't appropriate in the workplace is perhaps when you're feeling anger or another emotion that is best kept to yourself.  If this is the case, explain simply that it is best to put some thoughts aside, and clarify that the process of keeping some thoughts quiet is often enough to smooth over any unsettled emotions, thus eliminating the problem.
114: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be?
This question is meant to allow you to be creative – so go ahead and stretch your thoughts to come up with a unique answer.  However, be sure to keep your answer professionally-minded.  For example, choose somewhere rich with culture or that would expose you to a new experience, rather than going on an expensive cruise through the Bahamas.
115: What would I find in your refrigerator right now?
An interviewer may ask a creative question such as this in order to discern your ability to answer unexpected questions calmly, or, to try to gain some insight into your personality.  For example, candidates with a refrigerator full of junk food or take-out may be more likely to be under stress or have health issues, while a candidate with a balanced refrigerator full of nutritious staples may be more likely to lead a balanced mental life, as well.
116: If you could play any sport professionally, what would it be and what aspect draws you to it?
Even if you don't know much about professional sports, this question might be a great opportunity to highlight some of your greatest professional working skills.  For example, you may choose to play professional basketball, because you admire the teamwork and coordination that goes into creating a solid play.  Or, you may choose to play professional tennis, because you consider yourself to be a go-getter with a solid work ethic and great dedication to perfecting your craft.  Explain your choice simply to the interviewer without elaborating on drawn-out sports metaphors, and be sure to point out specific areas or skills in which you excel.