By Ron Fry
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Make sure the preparation you’ve spent so much time on comes shining through, especially when a manager throws you a curve. If need be, your advance preparation should give you the power to take control of the interview, allowing you to emphasize the many ways in which you will benefit the prospective employer. 33 34 101 Great Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions The Brainteaser Interview At Microsoft, interviewers have famously been known to ask, “How would you move Mt. ” The list of questions designed to assess how creatively you approach a problem—as opposed to the logical approach case interviews are designed to highlight—are virtually unlimited: ■ ■ ■ How many oil wells are there in Texas?
So any candidate—but especially an overly ambitious young person—who blithely assures an interviewer they’ll be productive from Day One is cause for concern. The interviewer is really trying to assess, in the case of an inexperienced person, how trainable you are, and you’ve just told him you think you already know it all! Not a good start. For some reason, some applicants fail to remember that this is an interview, not a conversation in a bar or with friends. —though why they would think this is an answer relevant to their job search is beyond me.
The premise is sound: Present the candidate with situations that might, hypothetically, occur on the job in order to gauge the degree to which he or she demonstrates the traits that will lead to success. It’s hard, if not impossible, for you to prepare for these kinds of questions beforehand, which means you’ll have to analyze an unfamiliar problem and develop a strategy to solve it, right then and there. What most interviewers want to see is a combination of real-world experience, inspired creativity, and the willingness to acknowledge when more information or assistance is in order.