- Introduce Yourself.
This question is the beginning of an interview. It is said that first impression is the last impression. If you want to create a good impression on the interviewer, you should take this part very seriously. Your introduction should be concise and to the point. Your introduction may create a background for other questions also.
- Why do you want to join this organization?
This question is asked to test your knowledge about the company. A good answer to this question should include the full information about the company or organization you are applying for. You should also mention that how your qualities will match the needs of the organization.
- Your strengths and weaknesses.
Your strengths you tell in an interview gives an insight of your personality. You should try to mention those strengths which are relevant to the role you are applying for in the company. As far as weaknesses are concerned you should not hesitate to tell about them. But you must add that you are working on your weakness.
- Situational questions
The interviewer will test your presence of mind and capacity of taking quick and good decisions by giving you a situation and asking you what you will do in such a situation. These situational questions are usually tricky and should be answered wisely.
- Reasons for leaving your previous organization
For this question, you should never say negative things about your former organization. Rather you should say that you are looking for better opportunities or you want to seek more work satisfaction that’s why you are switching .
- Question related to current affairs.
While preparing for an interview, you should make yourself aware of the things going on around you. It may be regional, national or international issues. You may be asked direct questions or your views on any matter.
- Technical questions.
The interviewer always asks some technical questions. These may include questions related to the subjects you have studied or the jargons of the sector in which you are applying for. For example- if you are giving interview for a banking job, you can be asked banking terminologies and concepts.
- Your hobbies.
Hobbies related questions are common in interviews. You should mention the hobbies which you really pursue, so that you can answer questions related to it.