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dhoni Gibson
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HI all,

i am gonna have HR , technical and senior executive interview next week, i have cleared technical interview last week. i want to know what kind of questions i can expect from each interview . in specific i would like to know one with the senior executive (vice president i guess ).


Thanks in advance
Dhoni
 
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dhoni Gibson wrote:HI all,

i am gonna have HR , technical and senior executive interview next week, i have cleared technical interview last week. i want to know what kind of questions i can expect from each interview . in specific i would like to know one with the senior executive (vice president i guess ).


Thanks in advance
Dhoni


Hi Dhoni,
If I could fulfill your request, I'd be filthy rich!
I'd Google the following:
Most common interview questions
Worst interview questions
How to answer bad interview questions
And at least think about how you'd respond to some of these.
Good luck.
 
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A non tech interview will focus more on your experiences wi respect to the business domain or soft skills. I would expect more situational questions like what would you do if ....
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:A non tech interview will focus more on your experiences wi respect to the business domain or soft skills. I would expect more situational questions like what would you do if ....


If they are good at interviewing, they will ask questions about situations in your past rather than hypothetical questions. Think about things you've done and situations you've been in that will be specifically relevant to the new job. Practice talking about them. If they do ask hypothetical questions, look for opportunities to answer with real examples in your past. If you get stuck talking about a time that didn't turn out so well, be sure to explain the good things you learned.
 
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hi all,

thanks for your inputs..

Dhoni.
 
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