Articles Tagged with “tips”

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  • One of the most common as well as an aggravating question asked during interview session used to be:
    “Tell us something about your weakness?”
    And you start rolling your eyes..! Definitely a bad signal!
    Many candidates use to hate this question and they are not able to form a satisfactory answer for this. May be they are not ready to accept their biggest flaws at this most important stage and the turning point of their life.

    Interviewers are already well aware of the fact that they will never get a 100% honest answer to this question but they do expect an answer from you. So let us get prepared to face it. If we have so many qualities to express about ourselves in an interview then definitely we must have few disadvantages to discuss . After all, we are all humans and we cannot be perfect all the time.


    Below are few appealing tips to nail this question and impress interview panel even while describing your weakness. Once you realize the importance of this question, soon you will
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  • So, now you have stepped out of your long-term education stage and it is time to join a job. The interview session is finally over and you are in a mood to go for a party with friends. This is really the awesome part of our life when we get our dream job and more than that when we are able to crack a tough interview. You know! when you will share this experience with some of your juniors it will really bring a feeling of satisfaction in your heart. And the time when they will say thanks to you for your guidance and experience then you will really feel proud of your achievement. Do you remember the loveliest thought of your school days: “Sharing is Caring”. It works almost at every stage of life. Many successful personalities say that it is really wonderful to share your interview experience with others. If you still want to ask “why” then keep on reading the details below:

    It’s your duty:
    Just rewind your life and think about people who helped you to prepare for your interview. There
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