English Conversation: How to answer Interview Questions

Everyday english in 50 days

Interview Conversation:

Interviewee: May I come in, Sir ?

Interviewer: Yes, Please come in.

Interviewee enters the room.

Interviewer: Please have a seat Gentleman.
Interviewee: (Whilst sitting down) Thank you sir.
Interviewer: How are you doing today?
Interviewee: Very fine sir, Thank you.
Interviewer: So, Karan. Tell me something about yourself.
Interviewee: My name is Karan Arora and I have completed my Masters in Business
Administration from IIM Ahmedabad. Prior to that I did my Engineering from IIT Delhi. I have an
avid interest in photography which I pursue by travelling to new places. I’ve done my English and Public Speaking Course from Pep Talk India,  My major strengths are that I am an empathetic person by nature and an effective multi-tasker.
Interviewer: Nice. So which was the last place you visited ?
Interviewee: Lucknow
Interviewer: Interesting. What appealed to you the most in Lucknow?
Interviewee: For my eyes the Architecture and for my heart the warmth of the people there, Sir.
Interviewer: So, Karan, tell me, where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Interviewee: I am driven to be the best at what I do and I want to work somewhere where I’ll have opportunities to develop my skills, take on interesting projects, and work with people I can really learn from. Some of the most innovative thinkers in the industry work here and that’s a big reason of why I would love to build a career here.
Interviewer: Very well. What do you consider to be your weaknesses ?
Interviewee: Sir, I have the tendency to get stressed when I have to meet a deadline. I often am unable to channelise my stress onto delivery. However, I am working upon it and further introspection is helping me calm down in tough situations.
Interviewer: Great ! That would be all gentleman. Thank you

Interviewee: Thank you sir. It has been a pleasure to have met you

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