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  Q:Can you sell yourself in two minutes? Go for it.

  A:With my qualifications and experience, I feel I am hardworking, responsible and diligent in any project I undertake.

  Your organization could benefit from my analytical and

  interpersonal skills.

  Q:Give me a summary of your current job description.

  A:I have been working as a computer programmer for five years. To be specific, I do systemanalysis, trouble shooting

  and provide software support.

  Q:Why did you leave your last job?

  A:Well, I am hoping to get an offer of a better position. If opportunity knocks, I will take it.

  A:I feel I have reached the glass ceiling in my current job. / I feel there is no opportunityfor advancement.

  Q:How do you rate yourself as a professional?

  A:With my strong academic background, I am capable and competent.

  A:With my teaching experience, I am confident that I can relate to students very well.

  Q:What contribution did you make to your current (previous)organization?

  A:I have finished three new projects, and I am sure I can apply my experience to this position.

  Q:What do you think you are worth to us?

  A:I feel I can make some positive contributions to your company in the future.

  Q:What make you think you would be a success in this position?

  A:My graduate school training combined with my internship should qualify me for this particular job.

  I am sure I will be successful.

  Q:Are you a multi tasked individual?

  or Do you work well under stress or pressure?

  A:Yes, I think so.

  A:The trait is needed in my current (or previous) position and I know I can handle it well.

  Q:What is your strongest trait(s)?

  A:Helpfulness and caring.

  A:Adaptability and sense of humor.

  A:Cheerfulness and friendliness.

  Q:How would your friends or colleagues describe you?

  A:(pause a few seconds)They say Mr. Chen is an honest,

  hardworking and responsible man who deeply cares for his

  family and friends.

  A:They say Mr. Chen is a friendly, sensitive, caring and determined person.

  Q:What personality traits do you admire?

  A:(I admire a person who is)honest, flexible and easy


  A:(I like) people who possess the can do spirit.

  Q:What leadership qualities did you develop as an administrative personnel?

  A:I feel that learning how to motivate people and to work together as a team will be the major goal of my leadership.

  A:I have refined my management style by using an open-door policy.

  Q:How do you normally handle criticism?

  A:Silence is golden. Just don‘t say anything; otherwise the situation could become worse.

  I do, however, accept constructive criticism.

  A:When we cool off, we will discuss it later.

  Q:What do you find frustrating in a work situation?

  A:Sometimes, the narrow-minded people make me frustrated.

  A:Minds that are not receptive to new ideas.

  Q:How do you handle your conflict with your colleagues in your work?

  A:I will try to present my ideas in a more clear and civilized manner in order to get my points across.

  Q:How do you handle your failure?

  A:None of us was born perfect. I am sure I will be given a second chance to correct my mistake.

  Q:What provide you with a sense of accomplishment.

  A:Doing my best job for your company.

  A:Finishing a project to the best of my ability.

  Q:If you had a lot of money to donate, where would you donate it to?Why?

  A:I would donate it to the medical research because I want to do something to help others.

  A:I prefer to donate it to educational institutions.

  Q:What is most important in your life right now?

  A:To get a job in my field is most important to me.

  A:To secure employment hopefully with your company.

  Q:What current issues concern you the most?

  A:The general state of our economy and the impact of China‘ entry to WTO on our industry.

  Q:How long would you like to stay with this company?

  A:I will stay as long as I can continue to learn and to grow in my field.

  Q:Could you project what you would like to be doing five years from now?

  A:As I have some administrative experience in my last job, I may use my organizational and planning skills in the


  A:I hope to demonstrate my ability and talents in my field adequately.

  A:Perhaps, an opportunity at a management position would be exciting.


  It would be premature for me to predict this.

  甚至还可以打趣的说:  Hypothetically speaking, I might be able to do your current job as a director


  The one dreaded question that is guaranteed to come up in every interview is "What is your greatest weakness?" Perhaps it's the interviewer's way of weeding out candidates to see who is truly prepared to answer this uncomfortable question. Regardless, you can remove some of the awkwardness by prepping for the question and following these rules.


  1. Don't give a cop-out answer

  1. 不要回避问题

  Please don't give tired answers like, "My greatest weakness is that I'm too much of aperfectionist/workaholic." Perhaps it is true for you, but unfortunately, it may bring false to the interviewer who is used to hearing these generic answers that come off as a way to dodge the question.


  2. Be honest

  2. 要诚实

  Dig deep into yourself and figure out what your true weaknesses are at work. Write them down on a sheet of paper, and figure out which ones you can use in an interview. If you state a weakness you've struggled with, your answer will sound more honest. Some things that will help you come up with true weaknesses is to look at some of the challenges you have faced in your previous jobs or think aboutconstructive criticism you've received from a manager.


  3. Avoid deal breakers

  3. 不要说会影响面试的缺点

  Although we mention that you should be honest, it's also good to remember that there is such a thing as being too honest. You need to avoid weaknesses that will hurt your chances of getting the job. For example, say if you're applying for an HR position and you say that you're not good with people, or if you're trying for a sales job and you say you are bad at negotiating. This doesn't mean that you have to make up a weakness, but it's just preferable for you to pick another weakness that isn't a deal breaker.


  4. Talk about your attempts to overcome your weakness

  4. 要谈到你为克服缺点做的努力

  Always talk about the steps you have taken to overcome your weakness. This is your chance to show the interviewer that although you have your flaws, you are proactive and resourceful enough to overcome them. In a way, your effort to conquer your weaknesses will be looked at as a strength.




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