We tell you five most predictable questions you’re asked in an interview, and the reaction that comes in the interviewee’s mind.
So, you nailed the test and already have an interview scheduled. Going through interview jitters? Worry not. As most of the questions you would be answering, could be same as what you’ve been asked in your previous interviews. We tell you five most predictable questions you’re asked in an interview, and the reaction that comes in the interviewee’s mind.
Q1. Where do you see yourself five years down the line?
Reaction: I am so glad you asked me this, Sir. Allow me to flatter you and your organization till you feel better about me being here. I’ll probably win a best employee award in your, or some other organization. Maybe, I’ll win a Nobel Prize for saving the most endangered specie on earth.
Q2. Why do you want to work with us?
Reaction: Yo! And the flattering session just got better. I shall butter you and your organization, till you feel that my buttering session was better than the other candidates you’ve interviewed.
Q3. Tell me about your strengths and weaknesses.
Reaction: Hah! So that you could have a reason to lay me off when you’re incapable of achieving your target. Hmm. Should I be honest and actually tell him about my weakness. OR should I just blabber about things I’ve heard from others and tell him how my biggest weakness is my strength. Either way, the objective is to admit my faults and look stupid in front of you.
Q4. Brain Teaser time: Why do you think, does the earth revolve round the sun?
Reaction: Um. Well, so that another sequel of Koi Mil Gaya can be made. I can’t really figure out, how asking questions like these is a test of my intelligence. Nevertheless, I think if it doesn’t my mother will just rant about how important the Sun is, and that the clothes are unable to dry off.
Q5. Tell me more about yourself.
Reaction: Why don’t you play some music and you’ll get to know all about me. Anyway, there is going to be no rythm or sweetness in my answer. Just random thoughts that flow through my mind.
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