Interviewer Questions

  • What have you learned from your experiences outside the classroom or workplace?
  • Give an example of how you applied knowledge from previous coursework to a project in another class.
  • Have you found any ways to make school or a job easier or more rewarding or to make yourself more effective?
  • We can sometimes identify a small problem and fix it before it becomes a major problem. Give an example(s) of how you have done this.
  • Give me an example of an important goal you set and describe your progress in reaching that goal.
  • Describe some projects or ideas (not necessarily your own) that were implemented, or carried out successfully primarily because of your efforts.
  • What do you see yourself doing in ten years?
  • Tell about the most difficult or frustrating individual that you've ever had to work with, and how you managed to work with that person.
  • How has college changed you as a person?
  • What are your standards of success in school? What have you done to meet these standards?
  • Some people work best as part of a group -- others prefer the role of individual contributor. How would you describe yourself?
  • Describe a situation where you felt you had not communicated well. How did you correct the situation?
  • What skills have you acquired from your work experience?
  • Describe a situation that required a number of things to be done at the same time. How did you handle it? What was the result?
  • What kinds of things have you done at school or on the job that were beyond expectations?
  • How have you differed from your professors in evaluating your performance? How did you handle the situation?
  • What short-term goals and objectives have you established for yourself?
  • How would you describe yourself in terms of your ability to work as a member of a team?
  • Tell of the most difficult customer service experience that you have ever had to handle -- perhaps an angry or irate customer. Be specific and tell what you did and what was the outcome.
  • Tell me about a time when you had to go above and beyond the call of duty in order to get a job done.

Interviewee Questions

  • What are the attributes of the job that you’d like to see improved?
  • How does one advance in the company?
  • What is an average week in this job really like?
  • What exactly would my day-to-day responsibilities be?
  • How would you describe your management style and interaction with your staff?
  • What do you like about working here?
  • Would you like to hear what I could do to really help your department?
  • What is the overall structure of the company and how does your department fit the structure?
  • What were the major strengths and weaknesses of the last person who held this job?
  • How do you rate your competition? The position's history Asking about why the position is vacant can provide insight into the company and the potential for advancement. According to Annie Stevens and Greg Gostanian, managing partners at executive and career development firm ClearRock, good questions include:
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