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(Title) - Interview Questions Primer
By Mohammed Almathil
The following is a basic breakdown of interview questions from my training that you should be prepared for even though you might not get asked all of them depending on the skill of the recruiter. Whether you’re a still in school, a recent graduate, or even a professional looking to change jobs, make sure you practice your answers for the following questions:
1. Have you had a job before?
2. Why did you leave your last job?
3. What are your strengths and weaknesses?
4. What makes you different from other applicants that makes me want to hire you?
5. Why did you apply to this job in our company?
6. What is the most important thing for you in a job?
7. Do you have any questions for me?
Questions About Your Integrity
1. What would you do if you asked by a colleague or a customer to do something unethical?
2. Was there ever a situation that prevented you from being honest? Tell me about it.
3. What would you say/do if you saw another coworker doing something dishonest and unethical?
4. What responses will I get if I ask you previous employer about your morals and values?
5. When was the last time you broke a rule and why?
Questions About Your Motivation
1. What projects have you led in the past?
2. What are some examples of you taking initiative?
3. How do you measure and quantify your success?
4. What career goals have you accomplished and plan to accomplish?
5. What type of projects excite you and why?
6. What type of reward means the most to you?
Questions About Your Problem-Solving Skills
1. How do you react when you feel stuck in a project?
2. What is the most creative and innovative idea that you have come up with at work?
3. What is a difficult task that you had and how did you overcome it?
4. How do you solve and handle problems and challenges?
Questions About Your Ability To Work With Others
1. How would you describe your personality type?
2. What type of personalities do you prefer to work with?
3. Have you ever had a conflict with a coworker? Tell me about it and how was it solved?
4. How do you manage and lead others if you were to be given a leadership role?
5. What does teamwork mean to you and when do you think it is important?
Practical Skills Questions
(This is career-specific but to give you an example, the following are some questions a friend of mine received while interviewing for a Software Engineer position).
1. Implement an algorithm to determine if a string has all unique characters. What if you cannot use additional data structures?
2. Write a method to decide if two strings are anagrams or not.
3. Write code to reverse a C-Style String.
4. Design an algorithm and write code to remove the duplicate characters in a string without using any additional buffer.
I hope that the above questions prepare you and increase your chances of selection. I wish all of those applying for jobs the highest level of success.