What is the reputation of the department to which I am applying?
At your last job, how much was performed by a team?
When did you leave your last job and why?
If you could have your choice of any job, what would it be
What do you expect to experience in this job that you did
not experience in your past jobs?
what are the questions they asked for the student visa
case...n if they already given me to undergo medical what
does it mean that my visa is approved or...
what are you doing after completion of your course ?
What are the greatest problems of this department and company?
i have an visit invitation for one month form my uncle
which is citizenship of canada, so, i want to get my visa,
can anybody tell me, which kind of questions might be ask me
during the interview??????????????
How does the organization rank within its field?
Why should we hire you?
Remember that an interview is a two-way conversation. For
you, the interview has two purposes: One, to sell yourself,
and two, to evaluate the position. After asking questions,
the interviewer usually invites you to ask questions. By
asking informed questions, such as the following, you not
only gain knowledge about the potential employer, but you
also make a good impression:
How does this job compare with them?
What prevented you from advancing in your former positions?
Do you prefer working independently or as part of a team?