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    Jun 17

    Question 49: What was the toughest challenge you’ve ever faced?

    TRAPS: Being unprepared or citing an example from so early in your life that it doesn’t score many points for you at this stage of your career. BEST ANSWER: This is an easy question if you’re prepared. Have a recent example ready that demonstrates either: 1. A quality most important to the job at hand […]

    Jun 17

    IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH: IDIOMS AND PHRASES(part-7)

    A CUT ABOVE THE AVERAGE: Better than most; higher than normal; quite good compared to normal standards. “The new, young, foreign graduates that we have been hiring are a cut above average because they have been trained in a more up-to-date educational system.” “Our work for the client must be a cut above average if […]

    Jun 15

    Question 48: The “Hypothetical Problem”

    TRAPS: Sometimes an interviewer will describe a difficult situation and ask, “How would you handle this?” Since it is virtually impossible to have all the facts in front of you from such a short presentation, don’t fall into the trap of trying to solve this problem and giving your verdict on the spot. It will […]

    Jun 15

    IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH: IDIOMS AND PHRASES (part-6)

    A CLIP OVER THE CAR: A slap on the side of the head; a smack on the ear; a box on the ear. “My son, if you don’t stop that noise I’ll give you a clip over the ear.” “Father says that if he ever catches me lying, he’ll give me a clip over the […]

    Jun 14

    Question 47: What’s the most difficult part of being a (job title)?

      TRAPS: Unless you phrase your answer properly, your interviewer may conclude that whatever you identify as “difficult” is where you are weak. BEST ANSWER: First, redefine “difficult” to be “challenging” which is more positive. Then, identify an area everyone in your profession considers challenging and in which you excel. Describe the process you follow […]

    Jun 14

    IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH: IDIOMS AND PHRASES (part-5)

      A BUNDLE OF NERVES: A person who is very stressed and jumpy. “I have been under so much pressure in the office and at home recently that I am little more than a bundle of nerves.” “Before I have to give a presentation or speech, I am always a bundle of nerves.” A CASE […]

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