Interview Questions

DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
Hello all! I have an interview coming up and was wondering what the toughest interview question you have been faced with was and how did you answer it?

I always find the "What do you consider your greatest weakness" question the most difficult. Any help is greatly appreciated, as these always make me nervous.
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  • PerriPPerriP Posts: 6,613Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    Hello all! I have an interview coming up and was wondering what the toughest interview question you have been faced with was and how did you answer it?

    I always find the "What do you consider your greatest weakness" question the most difficult. Any help is greatly appreciated, as these always make me nervous.

    I was coming to this thread to specifically say the same question, above, always gives me trouble, so it's one I tend to focus on and prepare.

    I've always been told to make your weakness a strength i.e. "I'm very detailed oriented" or "being tenacious" something that CAN be negative but is really a sought-after trait
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  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    PerriP wrote: »
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    Hello all! I have an interview coming up and was wondering what the toughest interview question you have been faced with was and how did you answer it?

    I always find the "What do you consider your greatest weakness" question the most difficult. Any help is greatly appreciated, as these always make me nervous.

    I was coming to this thread to specifically say the same question, above, always gives me trouble, so it's one I tend to focus on and prepare.

    I've always been told to make your weakness a strength i.e. "I'm very detailed oriented" or "being tenacious" something that CAN be negative but is really a sought-after trait

    I typically answer in that way, so that's good I guess. Most often, I say something like I get lost in the details and am a perfectionist but that I am working on it by reminding myself of the bigger picture before starting a task and not being so completely detail oriented that I lose focus.

    I'm also having a hard time with the "Why do you want to leave your current position?" I know not to speak ill of my current employer, and I wouldn't, but my current position is not challenging enough (and most days I sit around bored).
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  • spiderlashes5000spiderlashes5000 Posts: 17,898Registered Users Curl Virtuoso
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    PerriP wrote: »
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    Hello all! I have an interview coming up and was wondering what the toughest interview question you have been faced with was and how did you answer it?

    I always find the "What do you consider your greatest weakness" question the most difficult. Any help is greatly appreciated, as these always make me nervous.

    I was coming to this thread to specifically say the same question, above, always gives me trouble, so it's one I tend to focus on and prepare.

    I've always been told to make your weakness a strength i.e. "I'm very detailed oriented" or "being tenacious" something that CAN be negative but is really a sought-after trait

    I typically answer in that way, so that's good I guess. Most often, I say something like I get lost in the details and am a perfectionist but that I am working on it by reminding myself of the bigger picture before starting a task and not being so completely detail oriented that I lose focus.

    I'm also having a hard time with the "Why do you want to leave your current position?" I know not to speak ill of my current employer, and I wouldn't, but my current position is not challenging enough (and most days I sit around bored).

    I think that sounds great! Or "I'm looking to take on more responsibility." Or "I'm looking for opportunities to grow professionally."

    I don't think hiring committees really care what you say; ppl wanna be promoted and make more money. Everyone understands that.

    They just don't wanna hear a ish show against the current/former employer.

    As far as the biggest weakness...of course I've heard the suggestion (a hundred times) to name a trait that is actually a strength. But that just seems disingenuous to me.

    Maybe the more real way to go is to give them an actual weakness but one that is all barely relevent to the position for which you are applying? "My handwriting is awful (I should have pursued medicine!)" Or "I move my mouth when reading." LOL Like who cares!

    Or give a weakness but explain how you work around it. e.g., "I am a terrible note taker. So I bring a tape recorder everywhere with me. I hope that would be OK in this position."

  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    PerriP wrote: »

    I was coming to this thread to specifically say the same question, above, always gives me trouble, so it's one I tend to focus on and prepare.

    I've always been told to make your weakness a strength i.e. "I'm very detailed oriented" or "being tenacious" something that CAN be negative but is really a sought-after trait

    I typically answer in that way, so that's good I guess. Most often, I say something like I get lost in the details and am a perfectionist but that I am working on it by reminding myself of the bigger picture before starting a task and not being so completely detail oriented that I lose focus.

    I'm also having a hard time with the "Why do you want to leave your current position?" I know not to speak ill of my current employer, and I wouldn't, but my current position is not challenging enough (and most days I sit around bored).

    I think that sounds great! Or "I'm looking to take on more responsibility." Or "I'm looking for opportunities to grow professionally."

    I don't think hiring committees really care what you say; ppl wanna be promoted and make more money. Everyone understands that.

    They just don't wanna hear a ish show against the current/former employer.

    As far as the biggest weakness...of course I've heard the suggestion (a hundred times) to name a trait that is actually a strength. But that just seems disingenuous to me.

    Maybe the more real way to go is to give them an actual weakness but one that is all barely relevent to the position for which you are applying? "My handwriting is awful (I should have pursued medicine!)" Or "I move my mouth when reading." Like who cares!

    Or give a weakness but explain how you work around it. e.g., "I am a terrible note taker. So I bring a tape recorder everywhere with me. I hope that would be OK in this position."

    Thanks for the help! I really like your ideas! I always thought the giving a strength as a weakness was odd to me and was an insincere answer. I mean, what's a better way to tell if a person has prepared for an interview? But then again, I've interviewed people before and some people are quick to incriminate themselves. I think the giving a solution to it is genius! That way, you show that yes you have flaws, but you can work with them to be a promising employee. You're making me feel so much better about this. I've interviewed a ton of times before, but I always get nervous.
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  • sixelamysixelamy Posts: 4,157Registered Users Curl Novice
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    PerriP wrote: »
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    Hello all! I have an interview coming up and was wondering what the toughest interview question you have been faced with was and how did you answer it?

    I always find the "What do you consider your greatest weakness" question the most difficult. Any help is greatly appreciated, as these always make me nervous.

    I was coming to this thread to specifically say the same question, above, always gives me trouble, so it's one I tend to focus on and prepare.

    I've always been told to make your weakness a strength i.e. "I'm very detailed oriented" or "being tenacious" something that CAN be negative but is really a sought-after trait

    I typically answer in that way, so that's good I guess. Most often, I say something like I get lost in the details and am a perfectionist but that I am working on it by reminding myself of the bigger picture before starting a task and not being so completely detail oriented that I lose focus.

    I'm also having a hard time with the "Why do you want to leave your current position?" I know not to speak ill of my current employer, and I wouldn't, but my current position is not challenging enough (and most days I sit around bored).

    My answers to these are usually something like...

    What is your biggest weakness? (if dealing with the public) I can be a shy person, but through experience I have definitely learned to come out of my shell and most people can't even tell I'm shy anymore. OR I tend to be a perfectionist and sometimes it might take a few extra minutes to look over details so I know I don't have to go back and correct anything.

    Why do you want to leave your current position? (If new job is different than my current) I'm looking for something that I can call a career and stay at for the long haul. -You can also say something about the work not being challenging enough to add on to this- OR (if same type of job) I am looking for a job that has more advancement opportunities/more responsibility, and my current place of work really doesn't have that opportunity.

    The toughest for me to answer is - Tell me about yourself? Ugh! I hate it! I never know what to say.
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  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Those are great answers!!! Thank you so much for the help!

    I never know how to answer that one either and typically end up going backwards from my current position and list my experience and education. Kind of like a summary of me education and experience and then we can elaborate from there.

    I'm especially nervous about this interview because it is only going to be 30 minutes. Most interviews I've gone on are usually at least 45 minutes.

    I also really hate the "tell me about a time when..." questions. I tend to freeze up or stumble while trying to remember and speak at the same time.
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  • sixelamysixelamy Posts: 4,157Registered Users Curl Novice
    It seems like all the interviews I have been on in the past 6 years have been all "Tell me about a time when.." questions. I think I've mastered these by now, though lol. My favorite response to "Tell me about a time when you've witness a friend or co-worker stealing and what did you do?" is "I don't surround myself or am friends with these types of people, so I can't really give you an answer."
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  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Again, another great answer! I've never actually been asked that question though.

    I mainly get the "tell me about a time when you disagreed with a decision your supervisor made and what did you do?"

    I have trouble with that one. I don't want it to seem like I disagree with supervisor all of the time, but I also want to give an answer, because, let's face it, we all have disagreed with a decision. I usually say something about how I politely point out that I disagree and the points as to why and discuss it further until we reach an agreement or joint decision. Is that bad?
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  • PerriPPerriP Posts: 6,613Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    Again, another great answer! I've never actually been asked that question though.

    I mainly get the "tell me about a time when you disagreed with a decision your supervisor made and what did you do?"

    I have trouble with that one. I don't want it to seem like I disagree with supervisor all of the time, but I also want to give an answer, because, let's face it, we all have disagreed with a decision. I usually say something about how I politely point out that I disagree and the points as to why and discuss it further until we reach an agreement or joint decision. Is that bad?

    For this one, I've said that behind closed doors I've disagreed with my supervisor or asked for clarification but that I understand it is their job to make decisions and my job to support those decisions, so I support them once the decision is made (assuming it is not illegal or immoral)
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  • curlypearlcurlypearl Posts: 12,213Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    I used to hired for support and mid-level positions for many years. I don't suggest answering the what is your weakness question by disguising a strength as a weakness or any other manipulation. Most people hiring know this trick. It is, as spiderlashes said, disingenuous.

    If you have a real weakness in any area not germane to the position you are applying for, you can be frank about that. If you are probed further in regard to the position you are applying for, be honest about the weakness and what steps you are taking to remedy it. Honesty wins.

    Above all, try to have some practice interviews with friends who will be candid with you. In the interview you can always be frank about being nervous - it's expected. One really important trait to demonstrate is enthusiasm. Be sure to end the interview by telling the interviewer that you are really interested or even extremely interested in the position and why! Think up some good reasons in advance. Smile - !

    Best of luck to you - let us know how it goes.
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  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Thanks everyone! I had the interview this morning. It went okay. It wasn't my best interview, but definitely not my worst. I think the thing that took me by surprise was the fact that they opened up with the "you're overqualified, why do you want this position and how can we be sure you won't leave in a few months?" Definitely didn't expect that to be the first question or thing we talked about, but at least we got it out of the way. I'm always hard at reading the interviewers. I think I'm too hard on myself and often will think it was a horrible interview when in reality it was decent. We shall see! I made sure to send a thank you to them as well, which reiterated why I would be a good fit and addressed the overqualification bit again. Now we wait!

    They also asked to see samples of my writing at the end, so I have to email those over. I'm not sure what to make of that....
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  • curlypearlcurlypearl Posts: 12,213Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    Asking for samples of your writing means they are interested! They wouldn't bother if they weren't interested. So I expect that means that you did well during the interview. :hello1::flower:
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  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Thanks Curlypearl! I appreciate the feedback. =)
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  • sixelamysixelamy Posts: 4,157Registered Users Curl Novice
    I agree with curlypearl.. if they weren't interested they wouldn't even bother with it.
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  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Thanks Sixel! I couldn't decide what samples to send. Most of them are from my time in graduate school. I've never had an interviewer ask that before.
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  • spiderlashes5000spiderlashes5000 Posts: 17,898Registered Users Curl Virtuoso
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    Thanks Sixel! I couldn't decide what samples to send. Most of them are from my time in graduate school. I've never had an interviewer ask that before.

    That could be very promising news.

    But it could also be bc you are a POC (I think?). And oftentimes we're dismissed as having poor writing skills and a poor grasp of the English language.

    Either way, you'll set em straight! ;-)

  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    Thanks Sixel! I couldn't decide what samples to send. Most of them are from my time in graduate school. I've never had an interviewer ask that before.

    That could be very promising news.

    But it could also be bc you are a POC (I think?). And oftentimes we're dismissed as having poor writing skills and a poor grasp of the English language.

    Either way, you'll set em straight! ;-)

    I might be missing something, but what is a POC?

    Thanks! =)
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  • spiderlashes5000spiderlashes5000 Posts: 17,898Registered Users Curl Virtuoso
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »
    Thanks Sixel! I couldn't decide what samples to send. Most of them are from my time in graduate school. I've never had an interviewer ask that before.

    That could be very promising news.

    But it could also be bc you are a POC (I think?). And oftentimes we're dismissed as having poor writing skills and a poor grasp of the English language.

    Either way, you'll set em straight! ;-)

    I might be missing something, but what is a POC?

    Thanks! =)

    sorry...person of color

  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    DaniGirl88 wrote: »

    That could be very promising news.

    But it could also be bc you are a POC (I think?). And oftentimes we're dismissed as having poor writing skills and a poor grasp of the English language.

    Either way, you'll set em straight! ;-)

    I might be missing something, but what is a POC?

    Thanks! =)

    sorry...person of color

    Ahhh, I get it! Lol. I'm so not with it sometimes.

    I get what you're saying. I am a POC and I would have to agree that often times that is the case. The funny part is, the lady interviewing me didn't really speak English that well. She had a thick accent and I had trouble understanding her. Hopefully, my examples do set them straight!
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  • multicultcurlymulticultcurly Posts: 5,136Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    What type of position is it? I work in marketing communications and sending writing samples is a normal part of the job interview process since this would be an important skill to the job.

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  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    It is an administrative position with a University for their Center for Social Development. Communication is key, so I think that's why they asked. They do a lot of communicating via email and letters and wanted to make sure the candidate was able to do so professionally, at least that's what I'm guessing. =)
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  • sixelamysixelamy Posts: 4,157Registered Users Curl Novice
    Even if it's a routine portion of the interview process, I would hate to think they would waste everybody's time if they weren't interested in you as a candidate.

    When do you find out!?
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  • multicultcurlymulticultcurly Posts: 5,136Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    Oh ok. Then all applicants being considered are probably being asked for writing samples because most universities especially public ones have very strict rules about interviewing. There is still prejudice but this may not be the case. Good luck!

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  • curlypearlcurlypearl Posts: 12,213Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    Dani, that sounds right. I could be very naive, but I really doubt that asked you for a writing sample because you are a POC. I'd bet money they ask that of all the candidates. If they didn't, not only would it be a clear violation of anti-discrimination policy (assuming they have that) but they'd be freakin' idiots!

    I'm not saying it couldn't happen - probably does! but at a Center for Social Development in a University? Jeez louiezz, please don't let them be that evil or dumb in 2014.
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  • sixelamysixelamy Posts: 4,157Registered Users Curl Novice
    Oh ok. Then all applicants being considered are probably being asked for writing samples because most universities especially public ones have very strict rules about interviewing. There is still prejudice but this may not be the case. Good luck!

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    That's a good point. State universities especially.

    I doubt it's a POC thing too.
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  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Yeah, I didn't think it was the POC thing mainly because there are so many laws in place for that and because everyone is so diverse in the department. But I could be wrong.

    I don't know when I find out. I did the follow up thank you letter and left a message one week after the interview to check in. This university is notorious for long waits though, because of their HR. So, I'm thinking not hearing something is good, but again, I could be wrong. I'm not in desperate need of a new job, so I won't be completely heartbroken if I don't get it, but it would be nice to make the transition.
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  • sixelamysixelamy Posts: 4,157Registered Users Curl Novice
    I hear you on the wait! I had to wait about a month to hear back about my current job. Paperwork has to reach so many hands, ugh. Is this for the same university you work at now, or a different one?
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  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    sixelamy wrote: »
    I hear you on the wait! I had to wait about a month to hear back about my current job. Paperwork has to reach so many hands, ugh. Is this for the same university you work at now, or a different one?

    Yes! The wait is definitely the worst part. It is for a different university here in the same city. I actually interviewed with them when I interviewed with my current position, but I heard back from this one first (and needed a full time job because my student loans were kicking in). I didn't hear back about the other one until 3-4 months later.....I'm really hoping it doesn't take that long this time, but if it does, it does. I'm just trying to keep moving forward in my career and I'm in a place now where it is easy to get complacent. I'm not currently using either of my degrees and I hope to change that soon.
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