Monday, June 18, 2012

types of interviews-Committee Interview, On-Site Interview,Behavioral Based Interview,Task Oriented Interview,Stress Interview

Behavioral-Based Interview

Behavioral Based InterviewThe theory behind Critical Behavioral Interviewing (CBI) is that past performance in a similar situation is the best predictor of future performance.  CBI probes much deeper than traditional interviewing techniques.  You should prepare by thinking of specific examples that demonstrate your competence in core behaviors such as teamwork, problem-solving, communication, creativity, flexibility and organizational skills.  You will want to tell your story and structure it by stating your answers in terms of the situation, the task, what action you took, and what was the result or outcome.

Task Oriented or Testing InterviewTask Oriented or Testing Interview

This is a problem-solving interview where you will be given some exercises to demonstrate your creative and analytical abilities.  A company may ask you to take a short test to evaluate your technical knowledge and skills.  Sometimes a presentation to a group is necessary to determine your communication skills.  Try to relax as much as possible.



Stress Interview
Stress Interview

During stress interview, the interviewer tries to bait you, to see how you will respond.  The objective is to find your weaknesses and test how you hold up to pressure.  Such tactics as weird silences, constant interruptions and challenging interrogation with antagonistic questions are designed to push your boundaries.  The question you have to ask yourself is: Do I want to work for a company that treats me this way even before the offer is made?  Rethink the corporate culture.

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