- Describe a situation in which you had to use reference materials to write a research paper. What was the topic? What journals did you read?
- How has college changed you as a person?
- Tell about a recent job or campus experience that you would describe as a real learning experience? What did you learn from the job or experience?
- What criteria are you using to choose companies to interview with?
- Some people consider themselves to be "big picture people" and others are detail oriented. Which are you? Give an example that illustrates your preference.
- Tell about a time when your trustworthiness was challenged. How did you react/respond?
- What do you see yourself doing in ten years?
- What kinds of things have you done at school or on the job that were beyond expectations?
- What motivates you to put forth your greatest effort?
- What will it take to attain your goals, and what steps have you taken toward attaining them?
- What suggestions do you have for our organization?
- Describe a time when you had to use your written communication skills to get an important point across.
- Which is more important: creativity or efficiency? Why?
- How will I be evaluated at XYZ company, and how often? The next steps At the end of the interview, don't forget to ask:
- If I meet or exceed the company's expectations, will there be additional opportunities to expand my responsibilities?
- How does one advance in the company?
- What attracted you to working for this organization?
- Do you have plans for expansion?
- What happened to the last person who held this job?
- What are the performance expectations of this position over the first 12 months?
- How do you see the future for this industry?
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