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Sunday, August 14, 2016
Tell Me About Yourself
This is a popular interview question
Following are 3 sample answers
I am Byomakesh Ratha, a computer graduate from MIT. I like to apply my analytical skills to develop world class products in the XYZ domain. When I am not working, I volunteer to NGO’s as it gives me an opportunity to serve needy people. I also travel a lot and an active member of XYZ travel group or club through which I could explore my hobby more.
As a technical project manager, I have more than six years of experience at top Wall Street Companies. In recent company, I led the development of an award winning new trading platform. I am a person that survives in a fast-paced environment. At moment, I am looking for a chance to apply my technical expertize and my creative problem solving skills at an innovative software company like this one.
Since last 4-5 years, I am deeply involved with my administrative work. I have always been interested and enjoyed working in the computer industry, but I consider myself lucky that I got an opportunity to work at different levels like business analyst, programmer and assistant manager. My main strength is the ability to maintain a great rapport with the customer and my attention to their details.
Try to cover your accomplishment in your answer
Talk about the work or project that resembles the requirement of the position
Mention what led you to this point in your career and why job is the perfect match for you
Don’t narrate anything that is personal
End your answer by telling them you want the position and why
Use selective terminology in your answer like problem solving, innovative, fast-paced, creative and so on
What not to say
Don’t speak the same thing that is already mention in your resume
Don’t counter question your interviewer by saying – “What do you want to know?” (Sounds Rude)