Job Interview Questions – part 3 Job Performance
Here are some Job Interview Practice questions each followed by Key vocabulary.
Job Interview Questions and Useful Vocabulary
Tell me about your strong points/strengths for this job.
What are your weaknesses/areas you consider need improving?
Do you enjoy more working alone or in a team?
What kind of people do you find difficult to work with? Please provide reasons and an example.
What sort of things would you prefer to avoid in a job? Why?
Tell me about the kind of pressures you encountered in your last job. And any others in previous jobs?
Tell me about things you particularly enjoyed in your last job.
|a skill that I have honed…|
|a habit that I have developed…|
|My technical skills include…|
|The way I conquer this weakness…|
|Work-related strengths include…|
|Experience that can speak the value of my strength is…|
|Examples of weaknesses: logical thinker, analytic thinker BUT work too hard, a perfectionist, over prepared, meet every deadline…|
Examples of strengths: excellent communicator, flexible, creative, innovative thinking, pragmatic, to be great with people, reliable, honesty, discipline, enthusiasm, respectfulness, dedication, versatility…
Your Checklist: Don’t forget to carry on working on the following points:
- Write your CV
- Write your Cover Letter
- Personalise your Letter of Application
- Prepare for the interview (Job Interview Questions)
- Learn Key Vocabulary
- Prepare your LinkedIn profile
- Make sure your Social Media accounts’ privacy settings are set appropriately
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