Aug 17, 2018 - 05:29 AM
Looking at commonly asked questions can help you prepare for the question and answer meeting. Of course, you may not practice the exact inquiries the hiring manager will use in your interview, but that doesn't matter. Creating practice answers for behavioral questions gives you the tools you need to answer any inquiry in this category well.
To start practicing, check out examples of this type of question. Behavioral questions can include the following:
• Tell me about a time you failed. How did you respond to the situation?
• Describe a time you had to work under close supervision. How did you handle it?
• Describe a time you had to rely on written communications to finish a team project.
These inquiries require you to think about a situation from the past. As you answer, you can use the STAR method, a four-part answering system. STAR stands for situation, task, action, and result. Each answer should include the four elements to ensure you're thorough.