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Welcome to Interviews Do's and Don'ts Quiz
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1. What should you do before attending an interview?
d. All the above.
a. Do the research about the company.
c. Practice your interview techniques.
b. Dress properly for the interview.
2. Which is something you should do at the beginning of an interview?
c. Wait for the interviewer to offer you to sit down.
d. Not maintaining good manners.
a. Don’t smile to the interviewer.
b. Not turning off your phone.
3. When an employer asks, “Tell me about yourself,” what kind of information should you include?
a. Information completely different from the job offer.
c. Your bad experience with your previous employer.
b. Highlight impressive experiences and accomplishments.
d. Your family background history.
4. When should you arrive for your interview?
c. 5-10 minutes before the scheduled time.
d. Not attending at all.
b. 5-10 minutes after the scheduled time.
a. At the time it is scheduled for.
5. What should you focus on during the interview?
a. The salary and benefits that you want.
b. What the company or organization can offer you.
d. Your past workplace problems.
c. What you can offer the company or organization.
6. What is the best way to make a good impression during an interview?
a. Dressed professionally for the job.
c. Disrespect the interviewer.
d. Forgot to bring your hard copy resume.
b. Exaggerate your qualifications.
7. Which of the following will make you nervous during the interview?
c. Think of the interview as a conversation.
b. Lack of preparation.
a. Arrived early at the interview place.
d. Breathe and take your time.
8. How do you respond if you do not know how to answer a question?
d. Ask the interviewer for a moment to think, then answer the question to the best of your ability.
c. Do not answer it.
a. Ignore the question and change the subject.
b. Ask for the next question.
9. Which of the following should you NOT do after an interview?
b. Reflect on your interview responses.
d. Ask for next steps and contact information.
a. Send a thank-you email.
c. Email the interviewer every day for an update.
10. What is one of the best ways to improve your interview skills?
b. Never practice until the day of the interview.
a. Role play to rehearse.
d. Lack of self-confidence.
c. Ignore feedback from interviewer.
11. It's okay to pause before answering a question to give yourself time to gather your thoughts.
12. What are examples of questions that should be asked during interview?
d. Do you have any other positions apart from this one?
a. Questions to help gain an understanding of challenges in the role.
c. Not asking any question.
b. What does the company do?
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