Questions Difficult

posted in: News

There have been many rules developed over the years of how to respond properly to questions from interviewers in a job interview. Answering interview questions, this is the first rule #1 rule keep a positive attitude! In answering the question what is your greatest weakness? can be your chance to shine. One way is to demonstrate that you are a positive person by nature. Everyone likes a person with a positive character. Recalls that these in the interview for getting hired for the vacancy, so it could respond: rarely I get to think of me in those terms, however, I want to answer your question or something of that kind.

You can realize that I did not say that rarely I think my weaknesses. Here is a golden rule that always applies: never use or repeat negative terms. There are three other rules that I suggest that you follow: rule # 2 do not use superlatives! Keep your conversation in the singular. Superlatives as bigger, smaller or weaker indicate the highest degree of what is describing. The worst weakness is weakness of the highest degree which implies that there are other weaknesses in greater or lesser degree, but that there are other weaknesses. That raises the question the interviewer so what are the others? Similarly, I need improve implies that there are other areas for improvement. In any case, try this as an alternative: do not use negative words and do not use words that indicate multiples. Rule # 3 do not use absolute! The absolute, as for example my weakness is, asserts that weakness exists unconditionally: absolutely fixed and without possibilities for change.

Would not be better to be a little less restrictive, more conditional as it could be that conditional answers I suggest you’re not completely convinced that you it is. This type of response also achieved with what technique to use one force to describe a weakness not achieved after all your weakness in truth it’s not a weakness. Rule #4-you must be realistic! Your weakness must be a (singular), and that is subjective of your person. Remember to use phrases that are human, no-absolutas and conditional. For example, could be the case where a potential weakness proved to be a learning experience and later became a personal asset, what gives you, once again, an opportunity to show your strength. In summary do your homework. Think critically and be honest with yourself. Ask your friends or colleagues to help him in this aspect: you honestly think what could be its weakness. When you have the answer, take it very seriously. Thus what you say won’t sound tested, rather you sonaras very aware aware of itself, a characteristic that all value. Original author and source of the article.

This entry was posted on June 14, 2013 at 2:56 pm and is filed under News (Tags: ). You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments are closed.

  • Archives

  • Tags

  • Texas A&M Alumni