Talk in a few sentences but whatever you say, try to maintain a confident tone. It’s not necessary to be too honest while answering this question. A: Do your research about the company well before your interview.
You don’t need to know everything but you should have a fair idea about the company.
2 Q: Why do you consider yourself a suitable candidate for this position?
One way to answer this question is to say about a totally unrelated weakness so that it does not affect your suitability for the job. Mention your achievements in your previous job and say how you will contribute to the company. A: Describe about your professional achievements like good feedback from your previous boss or you can also discuss about your promotions. A: Always have something to ask whenever this question comes up.
The interviewer is looking for a candidate who contributes for the benefit of the organization. Do not make your answer very lengthy or you will be thought of as a proud person. This shows that you have an interest in the company and the position you are interviewing for. 11 Q: For how long do you expect to stay with our organization?
Running from 1980 to 1987, clocks in at 15 volumes/96 episodes lengthy, but actually the shortest of Rumiko Takahashi's major works.
Compared to her other series, it is very true-to-life at least of the time period in which it's set, and rarely strays into fantastical scenarios very little Love Dodecahedron, no supernatural hijinks, convoluted logic, or most of the standard trappings of Takahashi's better-known series.
You should also avoid saying that you do not have any weakness.