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Job Interview: Practice Questions and Answers

Tell Me About Yourself

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This type of question is used by an interviewer to assess your ability to communicate.

  • Answer in as few words as you can.
  • Don't ramble when answering an open ended question like this.
  • If necessary, take a brief moment to formulate your thoughts before you find yourself "off and running" with no clear answer to the question in mind.
  • Between the resume and interview give people a mental picture of how your career has led you to where you are now. If there have been substantial changes, explain the connection.
  • As mentioned in Tips For Acing The Interview, an interview is not a confessional. Practicing your response to questions like this, may help prevent blurting out information about your health condition that you didn't intend to share.

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