If you are successful when attending an interview and are appointed to the position it WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE!
We feel therefore, it is worth your while spending as much time as possible in preparing for an important interview so that:
a) You secure an offer for the position, and
b) You can decide if it is the best opportunity for you
Make it a Conversation
You should not allow the interviewer-question/interviewee-answer pattern to develop as though you were in an examination room. It is important that you ask questions too, such as; Who……., What………., Where………….., How……………, When………….., make your questions open-ended in order to spark the shop talk that wins interviews with principals. However, you should still deal with questions asked, whether or not you think them relevant, and you need to feel confident that you can deal with them.
This is how most applicants feel in an interview situation................But not if you're well prepared!
All interviewees have their areas of vulnerability. Most interviewers have their favourite questions. Unless you go to the meeting confident with your preparation you will present yourself inadequately because of your apprehension that the two may coincide - even if they never do!
What follows is advice about attending interviews, including 30 questions that have been reported back to Management Bank Recruitment as being difficult to handle. At any interview you will be asked some of them, if not exactly in these words. Welcome them. Your preparation will give you a substantial advantage over your competitors.
Please do not read straight through, thinking, "How interesting" as though you were passing time on a plane journey. Answer each question BEFORE turning to the advised answers. This is not a quiz in your newspaper, it is an important stage in the learning process which is going to help you get the job you want.
We suggest that you check the suggested answer after you have thought of your own response to each question. If you disagree strongly with any of the suggested answers please feel free to contact us.