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General Questions

Sample general behavioral interview questions help in judging if a job seeker has different expertise for a job. The answers are model examples or guidelines to show that the job seeker has the required qualities.

  1. What will you do if you get more salary elsewhere after we offer you?

    Ans: The most important thing is that after I accept your offer, I will not go for an interview elsewhere. I am not someone to commit and then back-off. The other fact is that salary is not the sole criteria to do a job. I agree that salary is important, but there are other factors to consider as well. Work environment is very important for me because in an organization one has to work in a team. A good team culture brings out the best in you. In the past I have left jobs due to lack of a good environment even though the paycheck was great, and the prime aspect for me is the growth opportunities I would get personally and professionally. If I focus on these factors, money will take care of itself.

  2. Would you like to change anything in your current job?

    Ans: This is a tricky question. If your answer reflects that you don't like your job, then it is obviously not a good sign. If you say that you really like it, you may be asked about the reason to change it.

    Sample Answer, "I really like my job. The work I do is something I always wanted to do. My company is good, they pay me well and my boss is a great guy. All the associates are good to work with and I look forward to going to office every day. The one thing lacking is that we miss the fun element. It is all so professional that it becomes unexciting at times. I would like to make it cooler. Also I would like to learn new and creative things to get my task done.

    I am looking for this opportunity as I feel that I would get these additional perks over here. And then change is the only thing that is constant. Sometimes, for growth, you have to move on."

  3. How is you are multi-tasking ability?

    Ans: In today's times of pack schedules and stiff competition, multitasking is an important skill to have. Everybody is multi-tasking these days. I think I am also good at it, but for me multi-tasking means prioritizing your work. If you have multiple things to do, you must be able to set the priorities as per the importance and time at hand for each task so that you can do each task with the same amount of dedication.

    There are certain tasks that don't require much attention but are important. Tasks such as checking your mails and listening to the answering machine etc., can be done simultaneously. One needs to identify such tasks and do them in the background of the important operations.

  4. What is the difference between estimation and testing?

    Ans: Estimation is a projection of the cost or time or output for a project. It is a guess based on the past records or data in similar set of circumstances. Estimates are usually based on history of behavior of certain resources in a situation. Testing involves creating a situation you want and checking the behavior of the resources in the created situations. Tests can sometimes be carried out by re-creating past situations as well. In forecasting both the methods are useful, but testing has proved to be a more effective than estimation, however, estimation is a less time consuming method.

  5. Describe the difference between strength and success?

    Ans: Strength is your skills and abilities that you posses or gain through experience and learning. These are the qualities you use to attain the goals you have set for yourself. Success is when you actually achieve the goals. Success is a journey which you pursue by attaining the small targets you have set for yourself. In simple words, success is the outcome, the result; whereas, strength is the means by which you become successful.

Given above are general interview questions to evaluate the ability of a candidate. The answers are a guideline for the job seekers.

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