Get Ready to Face the Interview with Confidence

interview preperation

Interview is a phase which every one of us has to face to achieve something in career. There are specific types of discussions, questions, analysis, are performed as per the profile in an interview. When you are looking for an interview in aviation industry, there are various questions asked that belongs to your personal, professional, intellectual, and present standard of living. Consequently, the way you respond to these questions marks an impact towards your selection or rejection. As the interviewee is new to face the questions the same is the case for an interviewer, which also seems to be a new guy that talks to you for the very first time. You answers must be quantitative and impressive enough to persuade the interviewer.

First, your positive attitude matters with a confidence to value your work. You don’t need to get intimidated by the interviewer whether they are one or multiple in numbers. Consider the interviewers as a person that has seen all the stages from where you started and till where he or she is now. You can make honest or frank statements with refined language that might include randomly used words and makes sophisticated response. You make yourself presentable by having a proper sleep (for no more fussy or swollen eyes) and wear comfortable formal attire. You can play with your strengths and try to guard your weaknesses. Remember to make the most of the truth statements that automatically makes you conformable in your words and naturally lets your stress transform into your strength.

The sample questions asked in the interview are as follows:

• Tell me about yourself, background, and accomplishments?
• Tell me about your strengths and weaknesses?
• How can you define your recent job performance?
• What interests you about our company?
• What outside activities are most significant to your personal development?
• Why are you looking to change your position?
• Where do you see yourself in five years?
• What are the best and worst things your boss would say about you?
• What are your current concerns to your designation and how can you improve them?
• Why should we consider hiring you?
• What can you do for us that someone else can’t?
• What do you think determiners a person’s progress in a good company?
• Tell an experience where you were most successful in dealing with a difficult client or passenger?
• What are the situations that criticized your work?
• Why haven’t you found a new position before now?
• What kind of experience and skills you have for this position?
• Would you feel comfortable in your ability to meet the requirements of the job description?
• What do you like or dislike about your last job?
• Have you done the best work you are capable of doing?
• How long would you stay with the company?
• How do you organize and plan for major projects?
• What is your style of leadership?
• Can you work under pressure?
• Can we check your references?
• What is the last book you read? How did it affect you?
• How do you handle tension or conflict?
• Have you ever been asked to resign or dismissed from a job for a reason that seems unjustified?
• In what ways has your job prepared you to take on greater responsibility?
• Do you have any questions?
• Do you prefer working with others or alone?
• Explain your role as a group/team member?
• Do you make your opinions known when you disagree with the views of your senior?
• Define cooperation in your own words?
• What is your plan of attach when given a new and challenging assignment?
• What do you feel is a satisfactory attendance record?
• Do you like routine tasks or do you enjoy variety and change?

Actually, there is no end to the questions or scenarios that an interviewer can ask. You need to answer the questions be presuming that there is no wrong answer to a question. You have to be yourself and answer the way what you think is right or wrong. Try not to stammer, hesitate, and makes a bigger pause for answering the questions. Best to prepare yourself at the foremost by listing the possible questions, write the answers, try to read the answers, refine the way of speech, speak the replies in front of mirror for confidence, and remember your replies and not the sentences.

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5 thoughts on “Get Ready to Face the Interview with Confidence”

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