The best way to answer job interview questions is to answer truthfully while presenting yourself in the best light possible. Keep the answers positive and talk about your strong points. Practicing with a mock interview may help you to prepare for the real thing.Continue Reading
It is also important to remember to only answer what is asked. Talk about your relationships with co-workers if you are asked, especially if they are good. Do not bring up negative experiences unless you are asked specifically about them. If you are, just be honest and explain how you learned from the negative experience.
You may be asked about your weaknesses, which can be a tricky question to answer both accurately and honestly. Interviewers generally ask this question to test an subject's self-awareness. Simply state a weakness and how you plan to improve it, then shift the focus to one of your positive traits.
Remember that the main goal is to illustrate to your potential employer that you are the ideal candidate for the job based on your previous experiences. Think of all of your experiences as playing cards you are using to illustrate your worth. Display confidence and present your skills as valuable additions to the company.Learn more about Applying & Interviewing