1. Why did you leave your last job? Be very cautious in answering this query. Avoid blaming employers for their mistakes and stating that "Salary was less or poor work management." Instead of this, you can say that:
Sample Answer: It's a professional shift. I've gained much from my last job, but now I'm seeking new challenges to expand my perspectives and gain an entirely new set of skills.
2. Tell me about a time when you experienced difficulty at work while working on a project? The interviewer wants to know how you handle difficult situations. They are looking for a pattern of behavior, so they want to know about a time when you had difficulty with a project.
They will also want to see how you combated that situation and what you learned from the experience. Sample Answer: The most difficult project I ever worked on was a website redevelopment project. The client had very specific and detailed
requirements, and they were constantly changing their mind about what they wanted. This caused a lot of reworking, and it wasn't easy to keep the project on track. In the end, the client was happy with the final product, but it was a very stressful experience.
3. How do you handle stress, pressure, and anxiety? It is a common interview question to determine your performance under pressure and stress. Sample Answer: Under pressure and stress, I usually utilize my soft skills and handle every situation calmly.
I also perform physical exercises and mind relaxing activities like meditation to deal with work stress and pressure.
4. Tell me about a time when you were not satisfied with your performance? There are a few reasons why interviewers might ask this question. One possibility is that the interviewer wants to understand if you can take feedback and improve upon your
weaknesses. They may also be looking to see if you can admit when you have made a mistake and how you coped with the situation. Sample Answer: I was not satisfied with my performance when assigned to lead a project and failed to meet the
deadline. I felt like I let my team down and was very disappointed. I learned that it is important to set realistic goals and communicate with team members if there are any delays.
5. Is there anything that makes you different from other candidates? You have to answer this question in a way that showcases your strengths and qualities. Talk about the things that make you stand out from other candidates. Don't be afraid to brag a little bit – after all, you want to
show the interviewer that you're the best. Sample Answer: There are a few things that make me different from other candidates. First, I have a lot of experience working with different teams and managing projects. I’m also great at
communicating with people, so I can easily build relationships with clients and coworkers. Finally, I have a strong interest in learning new things and taking on new challenges.