Top Practice Interview Questions
Getting the most important interview questions all in one place is tough luck. That's why we bring it all to your plate. These are the ideal interview questions with their suitable answers that will fit any of your upcoming interviews.
Most Frequently Asked Practice Interview Questions
The work environment here refers to your space at the office. What are the factors that make you productive at your workspace? You can say something like:
I like the environment where I am working with a great team in which people are fun, caring, have an attitude of getting things done, trustworthy, and with good work ethics. Having these kinds of people in your team can make a difficult job fun. I am asking for these qualities because I believe I fall in this category too.
Prioritizing things makes you a good manager of your daily job tasks. If you don't prioritize tasks at work, you will be less productive than the other fellow who did.
Sir, I create a to-do list every day in which I categorized the tasks based on the project delivery deadline. By creating this list I am able to manage those tasks that come out of the blue and need urgent attention.
Questions like these are asked to know about your character and temper. If you have a bad experience with your previous company do not express it here. If you start bad-mouthing about your previous company they will misjudge you and will assume that you would do the same when you leave this one. You can use some examples as personal growth stopped, the salary was very less and I was giving much more to the company, reached the end of your learning curve, and so forth.
A physical or mind-sharpening angle will fit in this question. You can say things like reading, painting, listening to audible, workout, watching documentaries, etc. If you are a sports person or you play any type of sports, speak.
For a fresher, you can talk about the big projects you did in college and what challenges you faced. An exciting freelance project or a project that you worked on your own by collecting research papers from the internet or collaboration with your friends will display your out-of-box thinking. For an experienced professional you should tell a project where you did help and played a key role in the project's success.
If you know your niche well then you can precisely calculate whether you are fast enough at getting things done or not. Scale it from 1 to 10. 7/10 or 8/10 is a satisfactory reply. You can also evade this question cleverly by saying something like:
Sir, I have never counted that. What I really counted is, there is not a single instance in my professional career where I haven't delivered the project within its time limit.
This question is to know about your personality, whether you are a confident person or over-confident. So be on the ground and tell everything about your personality and your way of doing work. In this way, the interviewer can judge yourself easily.
Opening up to these questions can make you emotional which is bad for an interview. Unless you have a good incident like missing an opportunity which would greatly help your professional career, evade.
Sir, I have lived my life as I wanted and will continue to live it the same. I don't have any disappointments.
If you have a proper explanation that will not hinder your punctuality during office hours, tell them.
Sir I know I live in another city but I calculated the commute time in advance. It will take me 40-45 minutes to reach here by bike/car so I will commute daily from home. Otherwise, you can say like this:
Yes. I was thinking to relocate once I get this job.
This is a tricky question where you will be judged on your personality. Make sure to tell the interviewer about the good things only. But maintain the line between confidence and overconfidence. Do not keep doing your praise by yourself.
The interviewer just wants to confirm one small thing with this question, whether you are comfortable with going on-site when you are needed. If you become a valuable employee in the future you will have an opportunity to go outside your hometown or even country for work.
Yes sir. I love traveling. I wish to go onsite in a year or two and willing to work hard for it.
That's it. With these practice interview questions, you will gain a lot of confidence and your interview will become a cakewalk. Just practice it again by carrying a smiling face in front of a mirror or you can take help from your friends. Thanks for reading.