1. Tell Me About Yourself
When you are asked this question be ready to talk about yourself, and why you think you are the best ideal candidate for the job. This question requires you to tell about yourself without giving too much, or too little. You need to be precise. Do not get overwhelmed with the whole lot of possible answers. Take this opportunity to give a quick career overview that shows your accomplishments and also your strengths.
2. What are your greatest weaknesses?
Take note that, this is asked not really to find out your weaknesses, but to screen candidates capable of development / introspection. Therefore you need to frame your answers around positive skills and abilities, turning seeming “weaknesses” into strengths.
For example I’m the biggest critic of my own work or l have hard times letting go of a project. You can also say I always find something that needs to be improved or changed
3.Why Do You Want to Work at This Company?
Interviewers may ask this question to help figure out how you would fit in with the culture at their organisation. Sometimes they may ask this inorder to understand your motivations in applying for the job or whether you’re likely to stay in the role for a while.
Therefore, for you to answer this question you need to build the foundation for your answers by researching the company. you may use company website, media coverage or networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn etc
4. Why Do You Want This Job
They may ask you this because they are interested to find out about what motivates you the most.
For example you can say
I am sure of one thing and that is I want to build a decent career in my current domain. My present job has given me the roadmap and attain what has been my long-term career objective ……………..
Here, I can put each one of my skills to the best use. In my previous jobs, many of my abilities were going unused, and this had an overall negative effect on my personality………………………