Interview Questions

Behavioral interviewing is the most powerful and accurate way to get from point A: recruiting, to point B: hiring the best candidate. Behavioral-based hiring hinges on the premise that a person's past job performance is the most telling indicator of his performance in the future. This approach to interviewing is quickly becoming standard procedure in both small and large companies across the globe.

  1. Tell us about yourself.
  2. What do you know about our company?
  3. Why do you want to join our company?
  4. What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  5. Where do you see yourself in the next five years?

I heard that a lot of companies use software to weed out "good" from "bad" resumes. How do those systems work, and is there anything I can do to improve my chances of my resume getting through the system and into the hands of a real person?

To close an interview effectively, you should first determine whether you've covered everything you need to know and backtrack if necessary. You should then tell the applicant what happens next.

You know the Catch-22/ Chicken & Egg: "You can't get a job without experience, and you can't get experience without a job."

There are three levels of response to questions asked in an interview. The three levels are the attribute level, the general process level, and the behavioral level.

Your resume is working and it has got you a job interview. Phone interview showed your job skills, Now the face to face interview will determine if your getteting the job you wanted.

Salary negotiation is most tricky part in joining any company, it requires home work following are few note worthy points.

What is the salary trend?

Most of the Software testing interviewers ask below questions:

    • One of the first questions asked during an interview is “Can you tell me something about yourself?”
    • Can you describe yourself and some of your achievements?
    • Why do you want to leave your current company?
    • Where do you see yourself in three years?
    • How well do you rate yourself in software testing, on a scale of one to ten?
    • Are you looking for onsite opportunities?

Total No. of Questions: 20

Time Duration             : 30 Minutes

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